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Preabyteriaa College 

James H. Thomason Librar,, 

Clinton, South Carolina 29325 



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DEDICATION, 4 
WHO'S WHO, 8 
ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY, 10 

CLASSES, 17 

SENIORS 
JUNIORS 
SOPHOMORES 
FRESHMEN 

ACTIVITIES, 51 

STUDENT COUNCIL 
STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 
KNAPSACK 
PaC SaC 
BLOCK P CLUB 
CHOIR 

BLUE STOCKING 
BLUE KEY 
SEC 
BEA 

PROCTORS 
TAU PHI PI 

FRESHMAN CONTROL BOARD 
LONGRIFLES 
POUNDERS 

WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 
IRC 

HISTORIA 
MINISTERIAL CLUB 
SIGMA KAPPA ALPHA 
SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC 
HONOR SOCIETY 

BEAUTY SECTION, 77 

MILITARY, 89 
STAFF 
ALPHA CO 
BRAVO CO 
CHARLIE CO 
DELTA CO 

SCABBARD & BLADE 
WYSOR RIFLES 
RIFLE TEAM 

FRATERNITIES, 101 
IFC 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 
PI KAPPA PHI 
SIGMA NU 
THETA CHI 

SPORTS, 129 
FOOTBALL 
BASKETBALL 

TENNIS 

BASEBALL 

GOLF 

TRACK 

INTRAMURALS 

MISCELLANEOUS, 157 

MARINE OC 
IN MEMORIA^L J. F. K. 
ADVERTISEMENTS, 161 




DLJM 
VIVIMDS 
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He is the projessor who by his teaching and by his personal life affects the 
lives of all his students . . . he is a friend ivho despite his busy schedule, 
takes time to have a bright smile and a friendly word, with genuine 
concern for each of us . . . he is the administrator tvlio accepts the 
res ponsibilities of his position and works for the good of both the 
college and the students . . . he is the man we respectfully call Dr. Joe. 
To Dr. Joseph Miller Gettys, for the influence on our lives in the brief 
time we are together at P.C., we dedicate the 1964 PaC SaC, with 
kindest regards and deepest gratitude. 



E D I C A T I O N 




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IN APPRECIATION 



Marshall Walton Brown 

To Marshall Walton Brown, B.A., M.A., Ped.D., LL.D., 13th president of 
Presbyterian College, in recognition of the 38 years of service to 
our college, we extend our deepest appreciation. 

To one who came as a professor of history, served 16 years as Dean, and 
retired after a tenure of 19 years as President, go the grateful, heartfelt 
thank you's of P.C. students and alumni. We whose hearts and lives 
have been touched by this capable educator, take this method 
of showing our appreciation. 



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A iter 38 years of service. 



Nestled in the foothills of the 
picturesque Appalachians. 




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WHO'S WHO 
IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES 



The eight men and one woman named to Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities were accorded 
the highest honor an undergraduate can receive. 
Those named were selected on a basis of scholarship, 
leadersliip, participation in student activities, 
service to the school, and promise of future 
usefulness to society. 




Ponce DeLeon Bullard 



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Hugh Crawford Harris 



Thomas Willcox Currie 




Eight 




Marc Calvin Weersin^, B.A., Th.B., Tli.M., D.D. 

President 

Calvin College; Calvin Theological Seminary; Columbia Theological Seminary. 



Ten 




Joseph Miller Gettvs, 

B.A., S.T.B., S.T.M., Ph.D. 

Academic Dean 

Erskine College; Biblical Seminary 
in New York; New York University. 



Albert Jerome Tliackston, B.A. 
Dean of Students 

Clemson College; Colonel, United 
States Anny, Retired. 





Gary Edward Campbell, B.A. 
Business Manager 

Presbyterian College 





Ben Hay Hammet, B.A., B.J. 

Director of Public Relations 

and Alumni Affairs 

Presbyterian College, Columbia 
University, University of Missouri 



Roslyn Cason Martin, 
Registrar 

Winthrop College 




Eleven 



BKOWN 



CAMPBELL 




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CARTER 



CONNELLY 



COOLER 



ERWIN 



racvLTY or mkstructmon 



Richard Oliver Adams, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Spanish 

Presbyterian College; University of Texas 

James William Anderson, B.S., B.D. 

Instructor. Psychology 

Tulane University; Austin Theological Seminary; Duke University 

Kenneth Norton Baker. B.A.. M.A. 

Professor of Commerce 

University of South Carolina; Walton School of Commerce; 
Mid-Western School of Commerce 

Robert Crawford Bankhead, B.A.. B.D., D.Theol. 

Assistant Professor of German 

Davidson College; Columbia Theological Seminary; 
University of Basel 

George Council Bellincr.\th, B.A., B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor Emeritus of Psychology 

Davidson College; Inion Theological Seminary; 
Columbia University 

Harry Alton Bouknight, B.A. 

Instructor in Band 
Furman I niversity 

Anthony Eugene Brown, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 
University of South Carolina 

Ronald Danton Burnside, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of History 

Wabash College; Indiana University 

Paul Ellis Campbell, B.A., M.S. 

Instructor in Mathematics 

Furman Liniversity; Clemson College 



William Simpson Cannon, B.S., M.S., 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Wofford College; University of Florida 

Eugenia Gurney Carter, B.A., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Science 

Erskine College; Vanderbilt University 

Kenneth Nolon Carter, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry 

Erskine College; Vanderbilt University 

HoLLis Lanier Gate, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of English 

Presbyterian College; University of Georgia 

Drewey Wayne Gunn, B.A., M.A. 

Instructor in English 

Wake Forest College; University of North Carolina 

George Weston Clarke, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of History 

Baylor University; University of North Carolina 



Thomas Lawrence Connelly, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of History 

David Lipscomb College; Rice I niversity 

Claude Henson Cooler, B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology ; Directoi of Guidance 
Clemson College; University of South Carolina; 
Florida Stale University 

Aurel Maker Erwin, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of French 

Mercer University; Duke University: Universidad Nacional de 
Mexico; Universite LavaJ 



ERASER 



FREEMAN 



GLOVER 



HALSALL 



HARRIS 



HAY 



HOWE 



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HUFF 



\1 AUPIN MOOREFIELD 



MUSSELMAN i' , i 




PRATER 



RIGGS 



STUMP 



TILLER 



VICKERS WHITELAW 



Robert Edward Fakkema, B.A., M.C.E. 

Associate Professor of Religious Education 

Duke University; Presbyterian Scliool of Christian Education 

Thomas Layton Fraser, B.A., B.D., S.T.M., Th.D. 

Professor of Bible 

Davidson College: I nion Theological Seminary; 
Biblical Seminary in New ^ ork 

Carl Jackson Freeman, Jr., B.A., M.S. 

Instructor in Biology 

LIniversity of Virsrinia; Virginia Polytechnic Institute 



Stephen Taylor Martin, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 

Hampden-Sydney College; University of South Carolina 

JosEPEi Scott Maupin, B.S. 

Assistant Professor of Military Science 

Hampden-Sydney_ College; Captain, Artillery. United States Army 

David Royal Moorefield, B.A., B.D., Th.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Philosophy 

Presbyterian College; Columbia Theological Seminary; 
Princeton Theological Seminary; Duke University 



Joseph Miller Gettys, B.A., S.T.B., S.T.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Bible 

Erskine College; Biblical Seminary in New York; 
New York University 

John Sobey Glover, B.A., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Romance Languages 
Oxford University 



Arthur C. Musselman, B.A. 

Associate Coach; Instructor, Physical Education 
The Citadel 

EnouARD Patte, B.A., Litt.B., Th.M., Th.D., Licencie en 
Sociolofrie 
Professor of Sociology; Minister nf Music 

College de Calvin; American Bible College; Universite de Geneve 



Earl Buggle Halsall, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Political Science 
College of Charleston; Duke University 

James Campbell Harris, B.S., M.A., 

Instructor In Economics 

University of Tennessee; ^Vashington State College 

John West Harris, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor Emeritus of English 

Wofford College; University of North Candina 

Lewis Scott Hay, B.A., B.D., Th.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Bible and Greek' 

Presbyterian College; Columbia Theological Seminary; 
Princeton Theological Seminary; Emory University 

Robert S. Howe, B.S. 

Assistant Professor of .M Hilary Science 

The Citadel ; Captain, Artillery, United States Army 

Randolph B. Huff, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Furman University; Clemson College 



Neal Byron Prater, B.A., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 

Westminster College; Vanderbilt University 

Melvin I. RiGGS, B.S., M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Education 
Indiana Stale Teachers College 

Thomas Aureius Stallworth, B.A., B.D., 

Assistant Professor of Bible 

Presbyterian College; Columbia Theological Seminary 

Alexander Bell Stump, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 

Professor of Biology 

University of Virginia 

William Floyd Tiller, B.S. 

Associate Coach: Instructor, Physical Education 
Presbyterian College 

Richard Ward Ulrich, B.A. 

Professor of Military Science 

The Citadel; Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, United States Army 



James Boyd Kennedy, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor Emeritus of Economics 

Erskine College; Johns Hopkins University 

Sumner Allen King, Jr., B.S., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 
University of Georgia 



Jimmy Franklin Vickers, B.S. 

Associate Coach; Instructor, Physical Education 
University of Georgia 

Neil Gordon Whitelaw, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 

Miami University (Ohio) ; University of Wisconsin 



Thirteen 



BURTS 



HOLMES 



NETTLES 








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PRATER 



TAYLOR 




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MILLS 



ABERCROMBIE GLOVER 



STILL WELL 



WATTS 



RDMINISTRRTION 



Marian Amanda Burts. B.A., B.S. in L.S. 

LihraTian 

Greenville Woman's College; University of South Carolina; 
George Peabody College 



Calhoun Folk Gault, B.A., M.A. 

Director of Athletics and Heail Football Coach 

Presbyterian College; University of South Carolina 



Mary Sue Holmes 

Assistant Business Manager 



Sarah Copel\nd Nettles 

Bookkeeper 



Ruth Brown Frazer 

Assistant Librarian 



Marion Dix Prater 

Assistant Librarian 



Julia Pratt Taylor 

Douglas House Hostess 



Williene Reeves Hughes 

Secretary to President 



Mildred Boozf:R Bowers 

Dining Hall Director 



Fourfeen 



Eva Spadoni Mills 

Dining Hall Assistant 



Mary Elizabeth Abercrombie 

Secretary, Public Relations 



Frances Spratt Glover 

Secretary. Athletics 



Betty Betchman Stillwell 

Receptionist 



Sandra Davis Watts 

Secretary to Registrar 



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". . . and if you sign up for Astronomy, you get to use the telescope at 
least one night a week." 



ANDERSON 



GRIGSBY 



PLOWDEN WARDEN 



STEPHENSON 



Dorothy Copeland Cooper 

Secretary, Guidance Assistant 



George A. Anderson 

Assistant in Military Science 

Staff Sergeant, United States Army 



James Macdonald, B.S., M.D. 

College Physician 

The Citadel; jMedical College of South Carolina 

James Lucas Walker, B.S., M.D. 

College Physician 

Wofford College; Medical College of South Carolina 



Clark Morton 

Supply N on-Commissioned Officer 
Staff Sergeant, United States Army 



William H. Stephenson 

Chief, Administrative N on-Commissioned Officer 
Sergeant First Class, United States Army 

Walter E. Grigsby 

Assistant in Military Science 
Sergeant. United States Army 

Margurite Plowden 

Stenographer, Department of Military Science 
GS-3, llnited States Civil Service Commission 

Gordon Edward Warden, Jr., B.A., B.D. 

Tennis and Golf Coach: Director, Intramural Activities 
University of the South; University of Alabama; 
Nashotah House Episcopalian Theological Seminary 



Mrs. Barbara Gallian 

Secretary, Dean of Students 

Emma Shirkey Gray 

Assistant Librarian 

Oren Francis Beaty 

Plant Superintendent 

Helen Hellams 

Infirmary Matron 

Patsy Cooper Beukema 

Secretary to the Dean 

Ruth Pendleton Salter 

Secretary to the Business Manager 

Frances Cornelia Stanley 

Secretary to the Dean 





'Wonder why everybody wants to sign up for King's 8 o'clock class?" "I'll guarantee that you'll be a soldier within two weeks, cadet." 



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This reglalralion is beroming a pain in 



"No, this is the Math 
table; you buy your train 
tickets downtown." 



M/v Geology couise will be "rock hard." 




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SENIOR 
GLASS 



Officers : 

Russell Strange, President 
Joe Prickett, Vice-president 
Ben Crabtree, Secretary 
Tom Currie, Treasurer 



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Norman Roscoe Barwick 

Sumter, South Carolina 

B.S. in Chemistry 

Phi Pi 2, 3. 4; Secretary-Treasurer 

Head Chapel Checker 4. 




Frank Dewey Armstrong, Jr. 

Laurens, South Carolina 
B.A. in Economics 



Charles Brison Barnwell, Jr. 

Barnwell. South Carolina 

B.A. in English 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Footbball 1; Fraternity Officer 4; ROTC DriU 

platoon 1, 2; Intramural Football All-Stars 

2, 3, 4; Historia 4; LongRifles 4. 





James Everett Blackburn 

Smyrna, Georgia 

B.A. in Sociology 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

otball 1; Drill Team 1; Blue Stocking 3; 

Historia 4. 



Howard Byron Bell 

Jacksonville. Florida 

B.A. in History 

THETA CHI 

Blue Stocking Staff 1; Fraternity Officer 3; 

Historia 4, Officer 4; Dean's List 3; B.E.A. 3; 

Intramural Council 3, 4. 




Marion Benjamin Boozer 

Gaffney, South Carolina 
B..4. in History 
Westminster Fellowship 1. 2, 3, 4; Officer 3, 
4: Traveling Choir 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 4; Historia 4; Min- 
isterial Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Freshman Scholarship 
Trophy 1 ; Freshman Chemical Award 1 ; 
Sophomore Academic Honor Society; Sigma 
Kappa Alpha; Founder's Scholar. 




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SENIOR 



Donald Lee Bowling 

Conestee. South Carolina 

B.A. in Bible 

Westminster Fellowship 1; Ministerial Club 

1, 2, 3, 4. 




George Thomas Braswell, Jr. 

Atlanta. Georgia 
B.A. in Psychology 
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
Robed Choir 1, 2; Blue Stocking 1; Intra- 
mural Council 1, 2; Fraternity Officer 1, 2, 3, 
4; ROTC Officer 4, Company Commander 4; 
Scabbard & Blade 4; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; B.E.A. 
3, 4; LongRifles 4. 



James Mark Braswell 

Gainesville, Florida 

B.A. in Sociology 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

PaC SaC Staff 2, 3; Block P 3, 4; Tennis 2, 

3.4; I.F.C. 4. 





William Tliomson Brown 

Gaffney, South Carolina 

B.A. in Economics 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Golf 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 4; Block P 1, 2, 

3, 4 ; LongRifles 4. 



Twenfy 







Ponce DeLeon Bullard, III 

Bainbridge. Georgia 
B.S. in Pre-Medicine 
KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 
S.C.A. Cabinet 1, 3: Knapsack Editor 3; Tau 
Phi Pi 2. 3. 4. Secretary -Treasurer 3, President 
4; PaC SaC Staff 3, 4. Editor 4; Fraternity 
Officer 4; Scabbard & Blade 3, 4; Blue Key 
3, 4: Pershing Rifles 1. 2. 3, 4; Proctor 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2. 3, 4; Sophomore Academic 
Honor Society; Sigma Kappa Alpha: ROTC 
Officer 4, Company Commander. Battalion 
Staff: LongRifles 4': D.NLS. 4; WTio's Who. 



William C. Canady, Jr. 

Miami. Florida 
B.A. in Sociology 
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
ROTC Officer 3. 4: Battalion Staff 4; Per- 
shing Rifles 2. 3. 4: Officer 4: Scabbard & 
Blade 3. 4; Fraternity Officer 2, 3. 4; Min- 
isterial Club 4; Intramural Council 3. 




Bradley Sharp Campbell 

Atlanta. Georgia 

B.S. in Chemistry 

THETA CHI 



Walter McGliee Buroh 

Greer. South Carolina 
B..4. in History 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Transferred from Wofford College 2: Historia 
4: Golf 3. 4: ROTC Officer 4; LongRifles 4. 





Peylon Lea Carter, II 

Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 

B.S. in Biology 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Tau Phi Pi 3. 4: PaC SaC Staff 4; Knapsack 

Staff 3; LongRifles 4. 





Julian Cordell Coates 

Laurens. South Carolina 

B.A. in Economics 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Twenty-One 



Mary Sue Coleman 

Laurens, South Carolina 

R.A. in Sociology 

Transferred from South Carolina 2. 





Sam Willis Colerider, HI 

Concord, North Carolina 

B.A. in History 

THETA CHI 

Historia 4. 




Alvin Lester Coley 

Atlanta. Georgia 
B.A. in Sociology 
Transferred from Georgia Tech 1 ; Football 
1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2. 3; Block P 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Proctor 3, 4; Head Proctor 4; Blue Key 4; 
Pounders 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha Athletic 
Award 3; LongRifles 4. 



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Ronald David Corley 

Clinton. South Carolina 

B.S. in Chemistry 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Marine Platoon Leaders Class. 



Ronald Eugene Collins 

Rock Hill, South Carolina 

B.A. in Business Administration 

.SIGMA NU 

PaC SaC Staff 4; Knapsack Staff 4; Fraternity 

Officer 3, 4: ROTC Officer 4; B.E.A. 3, 4; 

LongRifles 4; Scabbard & Blade 4. 




Frank Everett Cooper, III 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

B.S. in Pre-Medicine 

SIGMA NU 

Fraternity Officer 3, 4; Tau Phi Pi 2. : 

Pershing Rifles 1, 2. 




Twenfy-Two 



SENIOR 





CLASS 




Thomas Willoox Currie 

Carthage, North Carolina 

B.A. in English 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Scabbbard & Blade 3. 4; Officer 4; Class 

Officer 3, 4; Blue Kev 3. 4; President 4; 

PaC SaC Staff 3, 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; Wise 

Scholarship 4; D.M.S 4; ROTC Bn. Staff 

Officer 4; Company Commander 4; Who's 

Who. 



Charles Thuriiian Copley 

Aiken, South Carolina 

B.A. in Economics 
KAPPA ALPHA OKDF.K 




Benjamin May Cral)tree 

Graham, North Carolina 

B.S. in Biology 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Choir 1; Athletic Trainer 1, 2. 3, 4; Block P 

I, 2. 3, 4; Tau Phi Pi 4; Class Officer 4; 

Fraternity Officer 3, 4; LongRifles 4. 





William Morrow Culp 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.A. in English 

THETA CHI 

Fraternity Officer 3, 4; Ministerial Club 1, 2, 

3. 4; Dean's List 2; Douglas House Proctor 

2, 3, 4. 



Twenty-Three 



Arthur John De Young 

Longwood, Florida 

B.A. in Sociology 

THETA CHI 

Fraternity Officer 3. 4; President 4; Choir 

1. 2, 3. 4; Double Quartet 1, 2, 3. 4; Officer 

3, 4; Blue Stocking Staff 1. 



Earlene F. Duncan (Mrs.) 

Clinton, South Carolina 

B.A. in English 






James Randolph Fitzpatrick 

Atlanta. Georgia 
B.A. in History 
PI IC\PPA ALPHA 
Football 1. 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 4; Track 1, 2. 
3, 4; Block P 1, 2. 3, 4, President 4; Fresh- 
man Control Board 4; LongRifles 4. 



Oscar Mitchell Dennis, Jr. 

Bonneau. South Carolina 

B.A. in Economics 

PI KAPPA PHT 

United States Marine Corps Platoon Leaders 

Class 3. 4. 




SENIOR 





CLASS 



Twenty-Four 





Drayton Davis Fowler 

Marietta. Georgia 
B.S. in Business Administration 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Fra- 
ternity Officer 1. 2. 3, 4: B.E.A. 3. 4; Long 
Rifles 4. 



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Richard Dodge Frederick 

B.A. in Psychology 

Ormond Beach, Florida 

Tennis Team 3, 4; Pounders 3, 4; Block P 

3, 4; Deans List 3; LongRifles 4. 



Eleanor F. Fowler 

Commerce, Georgia 
B.A. in Psychology 




Edward Eugene Galloway 

Jacksonville. Florida 

B.A. in English 

Robed Choir L 2; Blue Stocking Staff L 2: 

Intramural Staff 3, 4. 



David Tobe Garrett 

Fountain Inn. South Carolina 

B.S. in Business Administration 

ALPHA SIG>L\ PHI 

Pershing Rifles 1, 2; Color Guard L 2; B.E.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4. 





William David Gettys 

McCormick. South Carolina 
B.S. in Business Administration 



Twenty-Five 




IMarvin Lee Glasure 

Clinton. South Carolina 

1.5. in Business Administration 

B.E.A. 2, 3, 4. 



SENIOR 




CLASS 










Tanya Taylor Goff (Mrs.) 

Laurens, South Carolina 

B.A. in French 

Transfer from South Carolina 3; Dean's List 

3, 4. 




John Buckley Greenwood 

Fort Lauderdale. Florida 

6.5. in Biology 

THETA CHI ' 

Robed Choir 1; W.F. 1: Tau Phi Pi 3, 4; 

Advanced ROTC 3, 4; I.R.C. 4. 





Asbury Wellborn Gregg 

Birmingham, Alabama 

B.S. in Mathematics 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

LongRifles 4. 



Twenfy-Six 





Thomas Grady Herndon 

Waltei'boro, South Carolina 
B.A. ill Sociology 
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



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Hugh Crawford Harris 

Decatur, Georgia 

R.S. in Biology 
Pershing Rifles 1, 2. 3. 4; Tau Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; 
Scabbard & Blade 3, 4; SCA 3, President 4; 
Blue Key 3, 4: Dance Committee 4, Long 

Rifles 4; Who's Who. 



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Harriett Smith Henderson 

Laurens, South Carolina 
B.A. in Sociology 




Harold Vaughn Holmes 

Springfield. South Carolina 
B.S. in Physics 
PI KAPPA PHI 
Tau Phi Pi 2, 3, 4. 



John Catherine Hope 

York, South Carolina 
B.S. in Business Administration 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Man- 
ager 1, 2, 3, 4; Block P 1, 2, 3, 4. President 3. 





Robert Hamiter Hopkins 

York, South Carolina 

B.A. in History 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Historia 4; W.F. 1, S.C.A. Intramural Council 

4; ROTC Officer 4; .Scabbard & Blade 4; 

LongRifles 4, 



Twenty-Seven 



Gary Jones Jarrett 

Toccoa. Georgia 

B.S. in Biology 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Student Cafeteria Manager 3, 4. 





Rol>ert Young Jones 

Charleston, S. C. 
B.A. in Sociology 
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 



Andrew Karlsons 

New York, New York 

B.S. in Business Administration 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Block P 1, 

2, 3, 4; LongRifles4. 



Frank Curl King, Jr. 

Valdosta. Georgia 

B.A. in History 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Football 1. 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 4; Proctor 4; 

Freshman Control Board 4; Fraternity Officer 

4; Class Officer 2; Block P 1, 2. 3, 4; Sec- 

Treas. 4; PaC SaC Staff 4; Blue Key 4; 

LongRifles 4. 




Henry Tlionias Knox 

Moultrie. Georgia 

B.A. in Pre-Theology 

Assistant Organist 1. 2, 3, 4; Robed Choir 1, 

2. 3, 4, President 4: Knapsack Staff 3: PaC 

SaC Staff 3. 



James Edward Kidd 

Milledgevilie, Georgia 

B.A. in History 

Track Team 2; ROTC Officer 4; Blue Stock 

ing Staff 2, 3. 




Twenty-Eight 




SENIOR 





CLASS 




Arthur Harrelson McQueen, Jr. 

Loris. South Carolina 

B.A. ill Enp^lish 

SIGMA NLi 

Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3. 4; Scabbard & Blade 

3. 4; Bn. Executive Officer 4; Student Council 

3. 4. Sec. 3. V. P. 4; Blue Key 3. 4; Fraternity 

Officer 3. 4; Commander 4; Who's Who. 



Creighton Edward Likes, Jr. 

Charleston. South Carolina 

B.S. ill Biology 

KAPPA ALPHA OI?DER 

Tau Phi Pi 2. 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Pershing 

Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4; Scabbard & Bfede 3, 4, 

Captain 4, Bn. Staff 4: Fraternity Officer 4; 

LongRifles 4. 



James Shannon Long 

Joanna. South Carolina 

B.A. in Pre-Theology 

Baptist Student Union 3. 4. President 3, 4; 

Dean's List 4. 





William Brownie Lowry 

Chester. South Carolina 

B.S. ill Pre-Medicine 

Transferred from The Citadel 2; Tau Phi Pi 

3, 4; Pershing Rifles 2. 3. 4; Dean's List 2. 

3. 4; LongRifles 4. 



Tv/entY-Nine 



Henry Aymar Manning, Jr. 

Marietta. Georgia 

6.5. in Mathematics 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Dean's List 3. 4: Fraternity Officer 2. 3. 4. 

President 4; LongRifles 4. 






Russell Hadyn McLean 

Marietta. Georgia 
6.5. in Business Administration 



Gordon Franklin Mayhugh, Jr. 

Nokesville. Virginia 

B.A. in History 

PI KAPPA PHI 

Fraternity Officer 2. 3, 4; LF.C. 4; Basketball 

2; Baseball 1. 



Janet Eniolyn Maddox 

Spartanliurg. South Carolina 
6.5. in Biology 
Freshman S.C.A. Cabinet 1; W.F. 1, 2. 3, 4, 
Officer 4; Cheerleader 1. 2: Honorary Block 
P Member 1, 2. 3, 4: Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tau Phi Pi 3, 4; Sophomore Academic Honor 
.Society; Sigma Kappa .'Mpha; Associate Edi- 
tor of PaC SaC 4: Who's Who. 




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CLASS 



Thirty 








Tlionias Slaydon Morrison, Jr. 

Asheville, North Carolina 

B.A. in English 

Blue Stocking Staff 2, 3, 4; Ministerial Club 

1, 2; W.F. 1, 2,3, 4. 



Robert David Miller 

Atlanta. Georgia 

B.A. in Economics 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

I.F.C. 4; B.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Fraternity Officer 

1, 2. 3, 4; LongRifles 4. 




Robert Lee Morris 

Charlotte. North Carolina 
B.S. in Business Administration 
KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 
Chapel Choir 1, 2; Traveling Choir 1, 2; 
Soloist I, 2; Intramural All-Star Football 
Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 2. 4; PC Playboys 3, 4; 
Freshman Control Board 4; Proctor 4; Per- 
shing Rifles 1, 2; LongRifles 4. 



William Black^tone Neely, III 

Midland, Texas 

B.A. in English 

K_4PPA ALPHA ORDER 

Fraternity Officer 3. 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 3, ' 

ROTC Bn. Staff 4. 




St. Clair Baxter Orvin 

Moncks Corner. S. C. 

'.S. in Business Administration 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 





Edward Holmes Overstreet, Jr. 

Milledgeville. Georgia 
B.S. in Business Administration 

THETA CHI 
Fraternity Officer 3, 4; ROTC Officer 4. 



Thirty-One 




SENIOR 



James Legelte Owens 

Greenwood, South Carolina 

B.A. in History 

THETA CHI 

I.R.C. 1. 2. 3. 4, President 3. 4; Blue Stocking 

Staff 1, 2; Mendenhall Award 3; B.E.A. 1, 2, 

3; Fraternity Offirer 2, 3. 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 

4; Founder's Scholar; Student Mail Clerk 2. 

3, 4; Historia 4, Officer 4; Blue Key 4; Who's 

Who. 




CLASS 




William Cody Chvens, Jr. 

Whitmire. South Carolina 
).S. in Business Administration 




George Tliomas Patat 

Carnesville, Georgia 

B.A. in Psychology 

PI KAPPA phi' 






David Lee Perry 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

B.A. in French 

THETA CHI 

Choir 3. 4; Organist 1, 2, 3, 4; Tau Phi Pi 

2. 3; W.F. 1, 2: Dean's List 1, 2; Fraternity 

Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Thirty-Two 




William Frank Pittard, III 

Hartwell. Georgia 
B.A. in Economics 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Jan McAfee Rhodes 

Decatur, Georgia 
B.A. in Engjish 
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
Student Council 1. 2, 3; Pershing Rifles 2, 3, 
4; Class Officer 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; 
Ministerial Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Officer 4; Blue 
Stocking Staff 3. 4; S. C. A. Cabinet 4. 



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William Louis Ridinger 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

B.A. in Social Studies 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. 3; Block P 1, 

2, 3. 4; Dean's List 3. 



Arthur Lea Prickett, III 

Atlanta. Georgia 
B.A. in History 
ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
Drill Platoon 1, 2; W.F. 1; Pershing Rifles 
2, 3, 4; Commander 4; ROTC Officer 4; 
Commander D Company; Association U.S. 
Army Medal 3; D.M.S. 4; Freshman Control 
Board 3: PaC SaC Staff 4; Dean's List 3. 4: 
Scabbard & Blade 3, 4; Class Officer 4; Col- 
lege Bookstore Manager 4; Blue Key 4; 
LongRifles 4. 



William Keith Richardson 

Chester, South Carolina 

B.A. in Social Studies 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. 3; Block P 

1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Ust ,3. 






Keith Earl Rohinson 

Charleston, South Carolina 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Ministerial Club 1; S.C.A. Cabinet 1, 3; PaC 

SaC Staff 3, 4: B.E.A. 3; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, 

Officer 3, 4; W.F. 1, 3; State S.C.A. Treasurer 

3, Vice President 4. 



Thirty-Three 



James Vincent Salvo, Jr. 

Summerville. South Carolina 

B.S. in Business Administration 

PI KAPPA PHI 

Block P 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Fraternity 

Officer 3, 4; President 4; LongRifles 4. 







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Ronald Lee Seiple 

Aberdeen, Maryland 

B.S. in Biology 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Robed Choir 1, 2: Track 2. 3, 4; Block P 2, 

3. 4: Fraternity Officer 3, 4; Tau Phi Pi 3, 4. 




William Brown Shearer, Jr. 

Macon, Georgia 

B.S. in Business Administration 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Interfraternitv Council 3, 4, President 4; Blue 

Key 3. 4: ROTC Officer 4: Scabbard & Blade 

3, 4; PaC SaC Staff 4; B.E.A. 2, 3: Historia 4; 

LongRifles 4: Pershing Rifles 2, 3. 4, Officer 

4; Class Officer 2; Fraternity Officer 4. 



Edwin Wolfe Sellars 

Roebuck, South Carolina 

B.S. in Biology 

SIGMA NU 

Chapel Choir 2; Fraternity Officer 4. 




Thomas Tripp Sinelelon 

Greer. South Carolina 

B.A. in Sociology 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Football 1: Fratemitv Officer 1, 2, 3, 

Pledgemaster 3; LongRifles 4. 




Thirty-Four 



SENIOR 





CLASS 




Sharon Lee Tliompson 

Van Wyck, South Carolina 

6.5. in Business Administration 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Fraternity Officer 2, 3, 4; Robed Choir 2; PC 

Playboys 3, 4; LongRifles 4. 






John Read Smartt 

Lookout Mountain, Tennessee 

B.S. in Business Administration 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

;.E.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; ROTC Officer 

4; PaC SaC Staff 4; LongRifles 4. 




DuPont Pepper Smith 

Decatur, Georgia 

B.A. in History 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

Historia 4; ROTC Officer 4; Blue Stocking 

Editor 2, 3; Who's Who. 






Russell L. Strange, Jr. 

Decatur. Georgia 

B.A. in Psychology 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 

S.C.A. Cabinet 1; Fraternity Officer 2, 3, 4, 

President 4; Class President 4; Blue Key 4; 

Student Dance Committee 4; LongRifles 4. 



Thirfy-Five 



William Earnest Tyson 

Bainbridge. Georgia 

B.S. in Mathematics 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Tennis 2, 3, 

4: Student Council 2, 4; Dean's List 1; Long 

Rifles 4: Fraternity Officer 4; Block P 1, 2, 

3, 4; ROTC Officer 4; Freshman Math Award; 

Scabbard & Blade 4. 






Robert Paul Watts 

Clinton, South Carolina 
B.S. in Mathematics 



Tliomas Evendon Williams 

Pensacola. Florida 
B.S. in Mathematics 
KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 
Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4, 
President 4: Blue Key 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3, 
4; Block P 1, 2. 3. 4; Fraternity Officer 3, 4, 
President 4: ROTC Bn. Commander 4; Scab- 
bard & Blade 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Proctor 3. 4; Student Dance Committee 4; 
D.M.S. 4; LongRifles 4; Who's Who. 




Wilson Little Tison 

Estill. South Carolina 
B.S. in Business Administration 



SENIOR 




Thirty-Six 








Hugh Walter Wilson, HI 

Summerville. South Carolina 
B.A. in History 
Choir 1, 2; Knapsack 3, 4; Editor 4; PaC SaC 
Staff 4; S.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Manager of Canteen 3; LongRifles 4. 



David Turner Wood 

Ware Shoals. South Carolina 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Dean's List 3, 4; ROTC Officer 4. 




John Banks Zachry 

West Point, Georgia 
B.S. in Pre-Medicine 



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JUNIOR 
CLASS 



Officers : 

Ike Cohl), Prt'sident 
Dee Ho(l<;es, V ire-president 
Tom Heaion, Serrelary 
Bill (iaston. Treasurer 



Thirty-Eight 



Julian Rutledge Alford, Tallahassee, Fla. 

Robert B. Allison, Atlanta, Ga. 

William E. Anderson, Asheville, IS. C. 

Reginald William Awtrey, Actvorth, Ga. 

William Robert Banks, Kershaw, S. C. 



Artbur P. Baxter, Atlanta, Ga. 

Priscilla Faye Blanton, Indiantown, S. C. 

Frederick Allen Boiter, Laurens, S. C. 

Alvin Floyd Boone-, Laurens, S. C. 

James D. Boozer, Jekyll Island, Ga. 



Jobn C Boyer, Edtcardsville, III. 

William A. Bramlett, Jr., Laurens, S. C. 

Byron H. Bro'wn, Laurens, S. C. 

Philip W. Bums, Jr., Rock Hill, S. C. 

James William Cape, Easley, S. C. 



Mrs. Carole C. Charles, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Danny L. Charles, Spartanburg, S. C. 

James Edward Clowdis, Atlanta, Ga. 

Ike William Cobb, Decatur, Ga. 

James Mack Cobb, Atlanta, Ga. 



Kit Christopher CoCroft, Thomasville, Ga. 

Joseph Hunter Coleman, Tifton, Ga. 

Paul S. Conger, Jr., Andalusia, Ala. 

Robert Watson Cooper, Columbia, S. C 

Gary W. Crawford, Greer, S. C, 



George W. Davenport, Greer, S. C. 

Evy L. Davis, Norway, S. C. 

Nancy Katherine DuBois, Clinton, S. C. 

Robert A. Eason, Jr., Rocky Mount, IS. C. 

William B. Edmonds, Columbia, S. C. 



John Harvey Edward, Washington, Ga. 
James Laurence Elliott, Savannah, Ga. 

Charles E. Ellisor, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Doris Lodene Elmore, Clinton, S. C. 
Robert H. Elrod, Griffin, Ga. 



A. Sherwood Florence, Atlanta, Ga. 

Donald C. Fricks, Conyers, Ga. 

Melinda Sue Gaines, Clinton, S. C. 

Wint R. Galloway, Easley, S. C. 

William C. Gaston, Chester, S. Q. 




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Doufjlas Michael Gaydoii, Powder Springs, Ga. 
Sandra L. George, Thotnaston, Ga. 
William C Gillespie, Newport News, Va. 
Elizabeth Sohey Glover, Clinton, S. C 
George L. Grantham, Easley, S. C. 



George Cleveland Hagood, Jr., Easley, S. C. 

Cecil A. Hanks, Hampton, S. C. 

Donnie Hardee, McColl, S. C. 

Thomas Webster Hard wick, Jr., Fort Mill, S. C. 

Richard Lee Harvey, Rock Hill, S. C. 



Lewis H. Hay, III, W adnialatv Island, S. 
Thomas E. Hearon, IH, Bethune, S. C, 
John Ryan Hemphill, Cedartown, Ga. 
James Franklin Hendrix, Lenoir, N. C. 
Dennis James Hill, Atlanta, Ga. 



Dewilt Peyton Hodges, Bainbridge, Ga, 
Anne R. Holland, Clinton, S. C. 
William. A. Humphries, Miley, S. C. 
Benny D. Hurley, Clover, S. C. 
Allen Cleveland Jacobs, Talladega, Ala. 



Susanna P. Jeanes, Lyman, S. C. 
Stewart Johnston, Montgomery, Ala. 
Wiley J. Jones, LaGrange, Ga. 
Charles Milford Jordan, Union, S. C. 
Harold F. Jordan, W oodruff, S. C. 



Henry H. Knox, Walterboro, S. C 

Wesley Lawton. Jr., Estill, S. C. 

George F. Lewis, Hialeah, Fla. 

Clarence Courtney Lipscomb, Greenville, S. C, 

William Dexter Loeble, W aynesboro, Va. 



George Allen Lokey, Thomson, Ga. 

Mike Alika Lowrance, Macon, Ga. 

Arthur C. McCall, Greenville, S. C. 

Enoch Newton McCarter, Honea Path, S, C. 

Sandra Salena McCarter, Clover, S. C. 



Randolph C. McCranie, Eastman, Ga. 
Donald A. Mclnnis, Charlotte, N. C. 
John McRainey, St. Pauls, N. C. 
Jack Roper Mahan, Union, S. C. 
William Latimer Megatlilin, Miami, Fla. 



Forty 



Woodrow W. Merrill, Easley, S. C. 

Benjamin Ronald Morris, Smyrna, Ga. 

John Harris Morrison, Concord, N, C. 

Robert Dwight Moseley, Charleston, S. C. 

Don R. Mucci, Asheville, N. C. 



Guy R. Newman, Jr., Charlotte, /V. C. 



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Slarling S. Ray, II. Denniark, S. C. 

William Sherrod Rhodes, Moultrie, Ga. 

John W. Riner, Dublin, Ga. 

George A. Salvo, Sunimerville, S. C, 

James C. Settle, Asheville, /V. C. 



John Edward Settle, Asheville, IS. C. 

John Lucien Setzler, Kingstree, S. C. 

John S. Sheffield, Atlanta, Ga. 

James G. Simpson, Chester, S. C. 

Gary M. Smith, Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 



John Edsel Smith, Lincolnton, /V. C. 

Henry Alvin Spradley, Cross Anchor, S. C. 

Henry Walker Stakely, College Park, Ga. 

Perry Raymond Summerlin, Decatur, Ga. 

William A. Tallent, Langley, Ky. 



George A. Taylor, Asheville, /V. C. 

Ronald O. Thompson, Charleston, S. C. 

Albert J. Upsal, Merritt Island, Fla. 

Hubert Golden Wardlaw, Jr., Kingstree, S. C, 

Donald LeRoy Warlick, LaGrange, Ga. 



Garnet J. Welch, Logansport, Ind. 

E. Bernard West, Moultrie, Ga. 

John Gettvs White, Charlotte, N. C. 

David C. Worth, Jr., Raleigh, I\. C. 

Walter N. Wells, York, S. C. 




Jackie Eugene Mx, Bainbridge, Ga, " ' f 'ti'^^ ^ ^."^ \ * " >' t?T^^^ 

George W. Parker, Sumter, S. C. 
William R. Parks, Gaffney, S. C. 
Alex M. Patrick, Taylors, S. C. 



Albert J. Pearce, Rocky Mount, I\. C. 

Harry G. Petrey, Gastonia, IS. C. 

Robert F. Phifer, Spartanburg, S. C, 

William L. Prickett, Atlanta, Ga. 

Albert Bruce Pruitt, Bessemer City, N. C. 



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Forty-One 




Jones, Akers, Darby, Johnson 




SOPHOMORE 
GLASS 



Officers : 

Erik Johnson, Presidetit 
Carroll Jones, Vice-president 
Jim Darby, Secretary 
Will Akers, Treasurer 



Forty-Two 



Gordon Stewart Adam. Bloomfield, Ky. 

\^ illiani H. Adams, Mcintosh^ Ga. 

William Akers. Orrnond Beach, Fla. 

M. Conlev Alexander. Siiniter, S. C. 

Doug:las E. Allen. Myrtle Beach, S. C. 



William Daniel Arnold. Ill, Avondale Estates, Ga. 

Larry O. Atchison. Birmingham, Ala, 

James B. Bankhead. Jr.. Chester, S. C. 

Alton Glenn Barlow, Jr., Elkion, Md. 

James H. Barnhardt, Jr.. Charlotte, N. C. 



James M. Barrett. Gastonia, !\. C. 

C. Whit Blount, W aynesboro, Ga. 

Tommie Wayne Boiler, Hickory Tavern, S. C. 

William Eugene Bowie, Easley, S. C. 

Patterson W. Brown, Atlanta, Ga. 



James Calhoun Burns, Greenwood, S. C. 

Harry T. Butler, Jr., Bradenlon, Fla. 

Allan B. Callaway, Decatur, Ga. 

William B. Campell, Jr., Decatur, Ga. 

Peter Bruce Collins, Ormond Beach, Fla. 



Olin C. Covington, Bennettsi'ille, S. C. 

William Vaughn Crowley, Atlanta, Ga. 

Joseph Parker Dailey, Clinton, S. C. 

James Tyrus Darhy, Jr., Suninterton, S. C. 

David Gwilyni Davies, Jr.. Panama City, Fla. 



Ruddy C. Deas, Jacksonville, Fla. 

William De Bruin, Jr., Fayetteville, N. C. 

Grady R. Dillingham. Clinton, S. C. 

John M. Duncan, Charlotte, IS. C. 

Davisson, F. Dunlap, Jacksonville, Fla. 



Edward L. Ellington, Thomasville, Ga. 

Rohert C. Epps, Fountain Inn, S. C. 

John C. Etchinson, Indianapolis, Indiana 

John E. Fagen, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Bill M. Fortney, Thomasville, Ga. 



Charles Loynes Fountain. Miami Springs, Fla. 

Rohert Ira Gamhle, Cades, S. C. 

J. Pat Goldsmith, Lancaster, S. C. 

Olin D. Grant, Chester, S. C. 

Samuel Timothv Grey, Florence, S. C. 





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SOPHOMORE CLASS 




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t -^^ John Franklin Guest, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. 

^^\ ' Earl Powell Guy, Jacksonville, Fla. 

"^ Glenn C. Hodges, Bainbridge, Ga. 

Robert G. Hodgkin, W erycross, Ga. 

Earl C. Hollingsworth, III, Augusta, Ga. 




David Cecil Howell, Greenville, S. C. 
Arch P. Hudgins, H, Charleston, W. Va. 
O. Fulnier Hutchinson, Richmond, Va. 
Charles Willis Jackson, McCormick, S. C. 
Erik T. Johnson, West Palm Beach, Fla. 



Carroll Payne Jones, Atlanta, Ga. 



'i^* ^ «)'^ '. ^ I >i ^' " William G. Kellam, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Dexter Williamson Kessler, West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Melvin E. Kirhy, Jr., Greenville, S. C. 
John A. Kuhne, Greenville, S. C. 



Herman O. Lambert, Atlanta, Ga. 
Joe Gregory Lawson, Union, S. C. 
Thomas M. Leland, Summerville, S. C. 
Howard Bern Letzring, St. Petersburg, Fla. 
Rone Howell Lewis, Homestead A. F. Base, Fla. 



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Neill Alexander Lindsay, HI, Fayetteville, !\. C. 
William Heard Love, Gaffney, S. C. 
Henry Barton Lovett, Kingstree, S. C. 
James R. Loyd, Miami, Fla. 
Samuel A. Lyons, Atlanta, Ga. 



Gwyn G. McCutchen, Laurens, S. C. 
Woods Monroe McGin, Charlotte, IS. C. 
Dan L. McLeniore, Surrency, Ga. 
Donald T. McNeill, Thomson, Ga. 
Thomas Boggs McPhail, Honea Path, S. C. 



Whitefond C. McWaters, Jr., Cloner, S. C. 
Tyrus J. Manning, ISahunta, Ga. 
O. Frank Markette, Orlando, Fla. 
Roland F. Matson, Atlanta, Ga. 
Charles A. Meriwether, Atlanta, Ga. 




Lloyd D. Miller, Jr., Marion, !\. C. 
William Gene Miller, Bainbridge, Ga. 
-r- ;i^ ^i "^' Perry Edward Mishoe, Rock Hill, S. C. 

James Stanton Murchison, Concord, 1\. C. 
John R. Murphy, Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 



Forfy-Four 



Lewis R. Nelson, Thomson, Ga. \ ,.1 I «^ ' ^1 .U. *> (_ ^ »i 

Joseph Phillip Olmert, Bis/iopiiZ/e, S. C. '*,*l "' '^5 ^ ^IM f» f^ ^ 



Ben R. Pickens, Jr., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Larry Andrew Piatt, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Howard L. Preston, Atlanta, Ga. 



William H. Rountree, Grover, IS. C. 

Charles T. Segers, Fairhurn, Ga. 

Daniel Scott Smith, Quincy, Fla. 

Michael W. Smith, North Augusta, S. C. 

Charles W. Snyder, Manning, S. C. 



Rohert Alton Stack, Charlotte, I\. C. 

James B. Stanford, Decatur, Ga. ^?^?^^ 

James T. Stewart, Clinton, S. C. 
Wade Phillip Stewart, Picayune, Miss. 
Daniel M. Taylor, Atlanta, Ga. 



Albert T. Todd, Columbia, S. C. 

Walter Blakely Todd, Columbus, Ga. 

James Buford Troutt, Barnwell, S. C. 

Boyd Baxter Underwood, Jr., Fairhope, Ala. 

David S. Veneklasen, Jacksonville, Fla. 



James A. Wagers, Chester, S. C. 

William H. Warnock, Atlanta, Ga. 

Samuel Calvin Waters, Charleston, S. C. 

Stephen Lawton Watson, Atlanta, Ga. 

John R. Wells, Stone Mountain, Ga. 



Jack Wiley Westall, Jr., Asheville, N. C. 

Tliomas A. Whitaker, Florence, S. C. 

James R. Wilkinson, Atlanta, Ga. 

Sam Hudson Williams, Monroeville, Ala. 

Margaret Stump Wilsoni, Clinton, S. C. 



Roy A. Wright, Sanford, Fla. 




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FRESHMAN 
GLASS 



Officers : 

Evan Pamplin, President 
David Knowlton. V ice-president 
Ginger Crichfield, Secretary 
Hugh Weldon, Treasurer 



Forty-Six 



Albert John Appleby, Sumter, S. C. 

C. Diiane Arniistead, Decatur, Ga. 

Jolin Charles Askew, Atlanta, Ga. 

Alex A. Batten, Jr., Port Gibson, Miss. 

William Pearson Bebbington, Aiken, S. C. 



Glenn Shephard Beckham, Ocala, Fla. 

James Allison Bell, McCaysville, Ga. 

Don C. Blanchard. Pickens, S. C. 

Henry L. Booker, Decatur, Ga. 

R. Daniel Boone, V arnville, S. C. 



David S. Bordner, Atlanta, Ga. 

Patrick Alvin Brown, Laurens, S. C. 

James Leonard Bruce, Cornelia, Ga. 

Charles Leonard Campbell, Honea Path, S. C. 

Richard Hemsley Carpenter, Jr., Greenville, S. C. 



Joseph Richard Cash, Clinton, S. C. 

Schuyler Brooks Channing, Annapolis, Md. 

James Truett Chumley, Laurens, S. C. 

Harold Adair Coleman, Jr., Clinton, S. C. 

Lawrence Michael Connelly, Charlotte, iV. C. 



John Stanley Cooper, Simpsonville, S. C. 

Richard Bruce Corley, Clinton, S. C. 

Virginia Dee Crichfield, South Bay, Fla. 

Ray E. Crim, Atlanta, Ga. 

James Richard Daniels, Greer, S. C. 



George S. Dempsey, West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Michael P. Donovan, Easley, S. C. 

Kendall Grove Durkee, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Thomas C. Edwards, Union, S. C 

Terry Lee Ellison, Joanna, S. C. 



Paula Evans, Ludowici, Ga. 

George Michael Foster, Clinton, S. C. 

William L. Gates, Clinton, S. C. 

Albert William Gerdsen, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Susan Helen Gilbert, Blakely, Ga. 



John Neville Glover, Clinton, S. C. 

Barbara Jean Gossett, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Fred William Gossett, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Calvin Jack Guthrie, Gaffney, S. C. 

John Franklin Hagood, Blythewood, S. C. 





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William W. Hall, York, S. C. 
William Alexander Hanjier, Atlanta, Ga. 
Edwarel Allan Harris, Florence, S. C. 
Thomas Dean Harton, Charleston, S. C. 
James Tellis Helms, Jr., Dublin, Ga. 



Edward R. Henderson, Atlanta, Ga. 
Robert Walter Herlong, Manning, S. C. 
Don Wayne Hilley, Laurens, S. C. 
Fred Edward Holcomhe, H, Clinton, S. C. 
Charles G. Hughes, Gainesville, Fla. 



James C. Humphries, Atlanta, Ga. 
Sterlinjj; Jernigan, Atlanta, Ga. 
Brown William Johnson, Darlington, S. C. 
James H. Johnson, Jr., Georgiana, Ala. 
John Charles Jones, Laurens, S. C. 



Carlton William Kelley, Decatur, Ala. 
Steven B. Knoohe, Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 
David H. Knowlton, S*. Petersburg, Fla. 
Bruce MeKellar Lawrence, Greenwood, S. C. 
James Edward Lewis, Joanna, S. C. 



Kenneth N. Lewis, Clinton, S. C. 
Theodore D. Lewis, Clinton, S. C. 
Georjje Wilson Lindsay, Savannah, Ga. 
James W. Lumlev, Montgomery, Ala. 
John McCaskiU, jr., Orlando, Fla. 



Samuel H. McGirt, Maxton, I\. C. 
Neill Willcox McKay, Greensboro, I\. C. 
Gra«ly Arthur Marshall. Hapeville, Ga. 
Glenn M. R. Martin, Savannah, Ga. 
Richard O. Martin, Marietta, Ga. 



William Edgar Mathews, Macon, Ga. 

Anthonv B. Miller, Greer, S. C. 

Max Milligan, HI, Atlanta, Ga. 

John H. Monk. Atlanta, Ga. 

Daniel Leslie Montgomery, Greenville, S. C. 



John Howard Morrison, Atlanta, Ga. 
John Amick Morrow, W hite Stone, S. C 
Elisabeth Coats Motes, Laurens, S. C. 
Evan Burnett Famplin, Greenville, S. C. 
Christie Lamar Patterson. Valdosta, Ga. 



forty-Eight 



James Percival Petit, Charleston, S. C. 

Wni. Abernethy Petty, York, S. C. 

Howard O. Protinsky, Jr., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Augustine S. Quinn, Augusta, Ga. 

Barbara E. Rabb, Fountain Inn, S. C 



Earlie Monroe Rasb, Glade Valley, IS. C. 

J. W. Bradford Ray, Denmark, S. C 

Starlinsi Speed Ray, III, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Walter G. Regnery, ISewberry, S. C. 

George Alfred Reid, Jr., Clinton, S. C. 



Harold Ray Richardson, Jr., Charlotte, N. C. 

James Lawson Ritchie, IV, Southern Pines, I\. C. 

David Bryson Rousey, Tignall, Ga. 

Rufus Allen Rowland, Dillon, S. C. 

Hugh Allen Schutte, Atlanta, Ga. 



Will B. Scott, Mt. Pleasant, S. C. 

Hal Guy Simpson, Greenville, S. C. 

Jay Richard Sjoholm, Atlanta, Ga, 

Roger Dean Skinner. Laurens, S. C. 

Richard Carl Smart, Greenville, S. C. 



Darryl Felton Smith, Corilele, Ga. 

James H. Smith, Farniville, Virginia 

James Jackson Smith, Sylvania, Ga. 

Nat E. Smith, Jr., Mullins, S. C. 

William Leslie Smith, Atlanta, Ga. 



Roy V. Squires, Macon, Ga. 

Richard Keller Staley, ISorth Augusta, S. C. 

Joe B. Stevens, Greenville, S. C. 

Robert Willoughby Stuckey, Heniingivay, S. C. 

David Lee Terry, Williamston, S. C. 



Morrow B. Thompson, Van W yck, S. C. 

Charles F. Toland, ISorthp'ort, IS. Y. 

Robert Wardlaw Warren, Allendale, S. C. 

Hugh Wilson Weldon, Jr., Columbia, S. C. 

Claude Hugh Wells, Winston-Salem, /V. C. 



Jane Hughes Wells, Cedar Grove, IS. C. 

Robert Daumont WhiteJiurst, Bessemer City, IS. C. 

Fredrick Samuel Whitmire, Joanna, S. C. 

John David Williams, Camden, S. C. 

James Ira Wooten, Jr., Chester, S. C. 



David H. Wyatt, Rome, Ga. 

Alex C. Yarborough, Smithfield, IS. C. 

Jackie Yarbrough, Atlanta, Ga. 

Sanford V. Yates, Gainesville, Fla. 

Larrv Lewis Yonce, Johnston, S. C. 







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Fifty 



STUDENT COUNCIL 217 



JVork consists of whatever a body is 
obliged to do, a?id play co?Jsists of what- 
ever a body is not obliged to do. 

Mark Twaifi's 'Tom Sawyer' 



. STUDENT CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 223 




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Fifty-One 






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Rhodes, McQueen, Davies, Williams, Crawford, Megathlin, Smith, Squires. 



Tommy Williams, President 




THE 

STUDENT 

COUNCIL 



The Student Council, whose members 
are elected from each class, is responsible 
for enforcing the Honor System. The 
Council also represents the student body 
in every phase of student activity and is 
responsible for holding every campus- 
wide election. 



Fifty-Two 




Squires, Davies, Smith. 



Arthur McQueen, Head Honor Council. 





Rhodes, Megalhlin, Crawford. 



Fifty-Three 




Hugh Harris, President 



The 

Student 

Christian 

Association 



THE STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCI- 
ATION was formed to aid the development 
of Christian character on the Presbyterian 
College campus. To this end, the SCA 
includes in its sphere of activities a well- 
rounded intramural sports program, fresh- 
man orientation week, and the annual 
Religious Emphasis Week which brings 
outstanding speakers to the campus for 
chapel programs, discussion groups, and 
personal counseling. 



Officers: (left to right) Hagood, Treasurer; Miss Gaines, Secretary; Harris, President; 
Cobb, Vice President. 




Fifty-Four 




S.C.A. Cabinet: (left to right) Harris, Gaines, Henderson, Pearce, 
Carrie, Taylor, Knox, Wilson, Jones, Harvey, 
Otmert, Hagood, Cobb. 



Freshman S.C.A. Cabinet: (left to right) seated; Hall; 

Humphries, President; Patterson; standing: Hanger, 

Herlong, Wyatt, Henderson. 





KNAPSACK Staff: (left to right) Wilson, 
Editor; Pearce, Collins, Knox, Jacobs. 



Fifty-Five 




"We're doing remarkable things in the Biology lab these days' 




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"Look, we finally got in a picture." 




Fifty-Six 




"I don't think we're gonna get anybody.' 



Block P clowns at the Whitten Village Christmas Parade. 




Fifty-Seven 





Ballard, Editor 



1964 PAC SAC 



Planning Session 



THE 1964 PaC SaC STAFF 
set for its goal the publication of 
a pictorial account of the school 
year 1963-1964. The staff has 
high hopes that the annual will 
be one that will long be remem- 
bered. 




Fifty-Eight 




Miss Maddox 





Rhodes and Wilson 



Jacobs, Business Manager 



The Staff: 

Leon BuUard, Editor 

Tom Currie, Associate Editor 

Janet Maddox, Associate Editor; Cover Designer 

Cleve Jacobs, Business Manager 

Sherrod Rhodes, Class Editor 

John Sheffield, Activities Editor 

Frank King, Sports Editor 

Bill Shearer, Beauties Editor 

Ronnie Collins, Military Editor 

Joe Prickett, Captions 

Al Coley, Captions 

Peyton Carter, Snapshot Editor 

BiU Megathlin, Fraternity Editor 

Mr. Dan Yarborough, Photographer 




Fifty-Nine 





King and Collins 



Smartt and Prickelt 



1964 PaC SaC-Continued 




"How did you ever get this pose, Peyton ?' 



Coley and Shearer 




Sixty 



THE BLOCK P club is made up of 
those varsity letter winners in any of 
the intercollegiate sports which PC 
participates in. The organization is to 
recognize letter winners with sweaters 
and jackets, to stimulate interest in 
athletics and to manage the concession 
stands at athletic events. 



The BLOCK P 



Officers : 

Randy Fitzpatrick, President 
Frank King, Vice President 
Mike Lowrance, Sec.-Treas. 




King, Fitzpatrick, Lowrance 

First Row: Williams, Suddeth, Ridinger, Fitzpatrick, Lowrance, Richard- 
son, Elliott, Grantham, McNeill. 

Second Row; Hudgins, Tyson, Etchison, Frederick, McCranie, Riner, Seiple, 
Hurley, Stewart, Hagood, Johnson. 

Third Row: Lovett, Kellam, King, Coley, Galloway, Lokey, Taylor, Grant, 
Segars, Phifer, Cape. 

Fourth Row: Hemphill, Aivtrey, Allen, Brown, Bankhead, Goldsmith, 
Crabtree, Welch, Harris, Lewis. 




Sixty-One 



Foreground: Dr. Palte. 

First Row, L-R: Knox, Worth, 
Martin, DeYoung, Hay, McGinn, 
Burns, Rhodes, Wardlaw, Smith. 

Second Row, L-R: Rash, Hanger, 
Currie, Humphries, Richie, 
Sjohotm, Stakely. 

Third Row, L-R: Grey, Wyatt, 
Stanford, Baxter, Waters, 
Quinn, Campbell. 

Fourth Row, L-R: Green, Conger, 
Lumley, Perry, Jones, Loyd, 
Lipscomb. 




The 

Robed 

Choir 



Sixty-Two 




Chapel Choir 



THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 
ROBED CHOIR travels some five thou- 
sand miles each year, presenting an 
inspirational program of sacred music 
and appearing on radio and television 
throughout the Southeast. For the past 
seventeen years, the Director of the 
Choir has been Dr. Edouard Patte. 




"Let the Amen . . ." 



Readers 




Sixty-Three 




THE BLUE STOCKING is the weekly 
publication of the Presbyterian College 
student body. It is a member of the 
Associated College Press, the U. S. Stu- 
dent Press Association, and the S. C. 
Collegiate Press Association. Since its 
beginning in 1920, it has been desig- 
nated "All-American" fifteen times by 
the ACP; twice it has ranked among 
the ten best college papers in the United 
States, regardless of size. 



Robert Phijer, Editor 




The Blue 



Allison and Welts, News Editors 



BUI Loeble, Managing Editor 




Sixty-Four 



Glenn Brouder, Sports Editor 



Stocking 



Al Pearce, Sports Editor 




Blue Sock Staff: Pearce, Loeble, Veneklasen, W'ardlaic. Brouder, Merrill, Allison, Wells, 
Gaston, Phifer. 




Sixty-five 




The 
Blue Key 



THE PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 
chapter of Blue Key National Honorary 
Leadership Fraternity was established 
March 29, 1932. Composed of out- 
standing senior leaders, the Blue Key 
continues a tradition of valuable service 
to the college community. 



Tom Currie, President 




Harris and Shearer 



Billiard and Coley 




Sixty-Six 



Members: 

Tom Currie, President 

Art McQueen, Vice President 

Hugh Harris, Secretary 

Bill Shearer, Treasurer 

Tommy Williams 

Frank King 

Leon BuUard 

Alvin Coley 

Jim Owens 

Russell Strange 

Joe Prickett 

Advisor, Dr. L. H. Hay 




Prickett and Owens 




King and Williams 



Sixty-Seven 




Committee: Harris, Cobb, Pamplin, Johnson, Strange, Currie, Williams. 

Student Entertainment 
Committee 

THE STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE is composed of the presi- 
dents of certain organizations on campus and the elected members from the student 
body. Its purpose is to organize the dances which are held at Homecoming and 
Christinas. 




Bill Shearer, Committee Chairman 



Business and 

EconoMnics 

Association 



THE BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS 
ASSOCIATION is composed mainly of 
business majors and strives to encourage 
effective investigation and free discus- 
sion of various topics and issues in the 
fields of economics and business. 



Front Row: Smartt, Collins, Hurley, Neuman. 

Second Row: Burns, Gaston, Jacobs, Wardlaw. 

Third Row: Harris, Cobb, Hardee, 
Wilson, Crabtree. 



Officers : 

Read Smartt, President 
Ronnie Collins, Vice President 
Phil Burns, Secretary-Treasurer 




Sixty-Eight 



PROCTORS 



THE DORMITORY PROCTORS are 

employed by the college to assist the 
Administration in routine affairs, to 
keep order in the dorms, and to help 
protect college buildings and property. 




Al Coley, Head Proctor 



Proctors: Seated, Bullard, Aljord, Morris, Lowry, Cobb, Harris, Wells. 
Standing, Gaston, Loivrance, King, Williams, Phijer, Coley, Hodges, Rhodes. 




Sixty-Nine 




Front Rotv, Crabtree, Fricks, Darby, Leland, Whitaker. Second Roiv, Loivry, Loeble, Parks, Carter, 

Blount, Greenwood. Third Row: Knox, Gaston, Merrilt, Hearon, Miss Jeanes, 

Builard. Back Row: McCutcheon, Phijer. 



TAU PHI PI 



Loeble, Builard 




Officers : 

Leon Billiard, President 
Bill Loeble, Vice President 
Norman Barwick, Sec.-Treas, 



THE TAU PHI PI is a society of 
science majors who have com- 
pleted twelve or more hours in 
laboratory sciences with no less 
than a C average. The society 
works with the science department 
to present informative and timely 
programs on the scientific ad- 
vances of our time; this is accom- 
plished by visiting lecturers and 
filmed programs. 



Seventy 



THE FRESHMAN CONTROL BOARD is or- 
ganized and appointed by the Student Council for 
the express purpose of governing and regulating 
all activities of freshmen during the prescribed 
Rat Season. The Board presides over the weekly 
Rat Court held in conjunction with student pre- 
game pep rallies. 





Coley, Chairman 



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Smith, McCall, Mias Jeanes, King. 




FRESHMAN 

CONTROL 

BOARD 



Morris, Coley, Miss George, Gregg. 



Sevenfy-One 




First Row. Smarlt, Hopkins. Second Row, Thompson, Braswell. Lowry, 
Shearer, Barnwell, Esles, Carter, Prickett, Collins. Third Row, Bullard, 
Neely, Likes, Manning, Strange. Palal. Coley, Salvo, Frederick, Wilson, 
Miller, Singleton, Gregg, King, Fowler, Burch. Fourth Row, Fitzpatrick, 
Elrod. Williams. 



THE LONGRIFLES 

CLSTODIANS OF THE RIFLES; 

Read Smartt and Hoppy Hopkins 



THE LONGRIFLES is a very select organization of those 
students who have been members of the Presbyterian College 
student body for 4 or more years, and who grieve to see the 
influx of more wildlife on the campus. 




POUNDERS 



THE POUNDERS is an organization 
of independent men who realize the im- 
portance of participation in all events 
of college life, and who have molded 
themselves into a smooth-functioning 
athletic machine which competes in all 
intramural sports. 

Officers : 

Al Coley, President 

Pal Sudduth, Vice President 

Lee Davis, Sec.-Treas. 



Coley, Browder, Nix, Davis, Butler, 
West, Sudduth. 



Seventy-Two 



WESTMINSTER 
FELLOWSHIP 



THE WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP is a 
denominational organization for Presbyterian stu- 
dents who meet once each week at the First Pres- 
byterian Church. The group is active in synod 
activities, each year furnishing at least one synod 
officer. 



Officers : 

Jim Stanford, President 
Marion Boozer, Vice President 
Melinda Gaines, Secretary 
Rusty Nelson, Treasurer 




Stanford, President 



Front Row, Dunlap, Leland, Mrs. Cook, Mr. Fakkema (Advisors), Boozer. Second Row, W'hitaker, 
Scott, Richie, Johnson, Atchison. Third Row, Kelley, Petit, Stanford, Nelson. 




Seventy-Three 




Smith, Robinson, Greenwood, Colerider, 
Murchison, Owens, BelL 



THE INTERNATIONAL RE- 
LATIONS CLUB is sponsored on 
a national basis by the Carnegie 
Endowment for International 
Peace and seeks to stimulate stu- 
dent interest in world affairs 
through a varied program of 
speakers, panel discussions, and 
the annual IRC week. 



Officers : 

Jim Owens, President 

Keith Robinson, Vice President 

Jim Murchison, Sec.-Treas. 



International Reiations Club 



Historia 



THE HISTORIA CLUB is a 
group of history majors and those 
other people interested in a study 
of history through interesting lec- 



tures, research, and student par- 
ticipation programs. The organi- 
zation was formed this year under 
the direction of Dr. T. L. Connelly. 



Officers : 

Dupont Smith, President 
Hunter Coleman, 

Program Chairman 
Howard Bell, Project Chairman 
Jim Owens, Sec.-Treas. 
Connelly, Clark and Bumside, 

Advisors 



Smith, Bell, Kidd, Boozer, Wilson, Owens, 
Broivder, Colerider, Hopkins. 




Seventy-Four 



Officers : 

John Boyer, President 

Jan Rhodes, Vice President 

Ray Summerlin, Team Chairman 

Buddy Guy, Treasurer 

Henry Stakely, Secretary 



THE MINISTERIAL CLUB is an inter- 
denominational group made up of students who 
are studying for the ministry. Since its founding 
in 1936, the club has taken an active part in the 
Home Missions program of this area, having 
founded Faith Chapel for Negroes, and also has 
supplied preachers. Sunday School teachers, youth 
and choir leaders to over fifty churches. 




Officers: Summerlin, Guy, Stakely, Rhodes, Boyer. 



Ministerial Club 



Boyer, Summerlin, Stakely, Gulp, Troutt, Rhodes, Johnson, JFardlaw, Guy, Boozer. 




AA 



Seventy-Five 




Members : 

Boozer 

BuUard 

Ciirrie 

Mrs. Chandler 

Miss Maddox 

Manning 

Owens 



SIGMA KAPPA ALPHA 



Sigma Kappa Alpha, the senior 
academic honor society, recognizes 
those seniors who have completed six 
or seven semesters at PC and who have 
a grade point ratio of 3.2 or better. 



Sophomore 

Academic 

Honor 

Society 



The Sophomore Academic Honor So- 
ciety, organized by the Blue Key, rec- 
ognizes those students who have com- 
pleted three or four semesters with a 
grade point ratio of 3.2 or better. 



Members : 

Wardlaw 

Whitaker 

Miss Nichols 

Waters 




Seventy-Six 



Homecoming Queen Melinda Gaines with Tommy Williams, President of the Student Body and 
Dr. Marc C. tf^eersing. President of the College. 




A beautiful face is, 
of all spectacles, 
the most beautiful. 

de la Bruyere 1688 




Miss Bonnie Powell 

University of Southern Louisiana 
for Tommy Williams 



Seventy-Eight 



Miss Cookie Conner 

Queens College 
for Leon Bullard 




Seventy-Nine 



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Miss Melinda Gaines 

Presbyterian College 
for Hugh Harris 



Eighty 



Miss Jayne Culbertson 

Greensboro College 
for Arthur McQueen 





Miss Anne Morse 

Converse College 
for Bill Shearer 



Eighfy-One 



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Miss Cynthia Loomis 

Atlanta, Georgia 
for Alvin Coley 



Miss Jeanne Holland 

Columbia College 
for Robert Phifer 




Eighty-Two 



Miss Sally Wiggins 

Converse College 

for Creiehton Likes 




Miss Ann Booton 

Agnes Scott College 
for Tom Currie 






Eighty-Three 



Miss Sandra Sneed 

Trenton, New Jersey 
for Russell Strange 



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Miss Maryann Ziccardi 

Newberry College 
for Cleve Jacobs 







Eighty-Four 




"Hey, hurry up, I'm next." 



Pretty Pat. 





Intramural cheerleading beauties. 



"Ouch, Nancy, that smarts.' 




Eighty-Five 




PCs first family. 



The new President meets 
the students. 




Eighty-Six 




Coffee break headquarters. 



PC goes Coed. 





Dr. Bniun receives award from 
Mr. Addison. 



Eighfy-Seven 




The "Fugitive" night. 



"If we don't hurry, we'll be lejt out of the military section.' 




Eighty-Eight 




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IPe must train and classify the rvhole of our 
male citizenry^ and make military instruction 
a regular part of collegiate education. IV e 
can never he safe till this is done. 

Thomas Jefferson — 1813 



Eighty-Nine 





Caili't Major Arthur McQueen, Executive Ojficer 



Cadet Lt. Colonel Tommy Williams, Battalion Commander 



Battalion Stall 



Cadre: Left to Right, Capt. Maupin, Lt. Col. Ulrich, 
Capt. Howe. 



Tommy Williams, Battalion Commander 

Arthur McQueen, Executive Officer 

Creighton Likes, S-1 

Bill Neely, S-2 

Tom Currie, S-3 

Bill Canady, S-4 

Ronnie Collins, Asst. S-3 

Dee Hodges, Sgt. Major 



McQueen, Likes, Neely, Currie, Collins, Canady, Hodges, Williams. 




Ninety 




Distinguished Military Students 1963-1964. 

L-R, Prickett, Bullard, Williams, Currie, 

McQueen. 



Commander of Scabbard & Blade with honored 

guest at Military Ball. L-R, Cadet Captain 

Creighton E. Likes, Jr.; Brigadier General 

Creighton E. Likes, Sr. 




Ninety-One 




ALPHA COMPANY 



Kneeling: L-R. Aljord. Greennood. Oierstrcet. Slancling: LR, Sullivan, 
Billiard, Tyson. Lumley. 





'tf'e don't care nho icon, ice got in the 
picture anytvay." 



8K:*Bl:,r.--. 

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Filmed on actual location. 



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Coach. Sir?" 







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Another dry Thursday . . 



Cancer break??? 



Leon BuUard, Commander 
Andy Karlsons, Executive Officer 
Bill Tyson, Platoon Leader 
Mark Sullivan, Platoon Leader 




Ninety-Tvfo 



BRAVO COMPANY 




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Left-Right: Lowrance, Cape, Salvo, Monk, Armstrong, Braswell, Wilson. 

Mike Lowrance, Commander 
Hugh Harris, Executive Officer 
James Salvo, Platoon Leader 
Tommy Braswell, Platoon Leader 




'Wonder where they are filming 'Battle Cry"?" 



"Show us hoiv it's done. Dealer.' 




Only your best friend will tell you . . . 

Leg-go you big *&/#%*. 



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Ninety-Three 



CHARLIE COMPANY 




Lejt-Right: I'earre, Hay, Sriilth. If'ntts. Lfivis, MiUer, Shearer, Meyers. 
''Daddy said that it goes like this . . ." 




but she can't lanic Id Militar) Hall." 



I think I'll change the drill 
again today. 



Dupont Smith, Commander 
Paul Watts, Executive Officer 
Bill Shearer, Platoon Leader 
Fred Meyers, Platoon Leader 




Producer and big star. 



"He says we march like a bunch of old ladies.' 




Ninety-Four 



DELTA COMPANY 




Ninety-Five 







Scabbard 

& 

Blade 



The Scabbard & Blade is a national Military 
Honorary Leadership Fraternity recognizing the 
outstanding leaders of the senior class of military 
science. In addition to the annual fall and spring 
tappings, the Society is responsible for the Military 
Ball each year, honoring the senior officers and 
their dates. 



Officers : 

Creighton Likes, Captain 
Hugh Harris, First Lieutenant 
Tom Currie, Second Lieutenant 
Mike Lowrance, First Sergeant 



Fall tapping ceremony: LR, Tyson, 
Brasivell, Meyers, Hopkins, Smartt, 
Collins, Likes. 



First Row: L-R, Shearer, Meyers, Brasivell, 
Canady, Prickelt, Collins, Harris. 

Second Row: L-R, Capt. Hoive, Hopkins, 

Currie, Likes, Smartt. Lowrance, Tyson, 

Williams, McQueen, Bullard. 




Ninety-Six 




Joe Prickett, Commander 




WysoT rifles drill in the Whitten Village Christmas Parade. 



Front Row, L-R: Wright, Wyatt, McGinn, Leland, Knowlton, Todd, 
Davies. Second Row, L-R: Prickett, Canady, Shearer, Williams, Lindsay, 
Bullard, Troutl, McQueen, Arnold, Likes, Lovett, Guest, Stanford. 



Canady, Likes, Bullard, Shearer, McQueen 

Wysor Rifies 

The Wysor Rifles were formed in 1964, under the leader- 
ship of Joe Prickett and Capt. Joe Maupin. Named in honor 
of a former PMS, the Wysor Rifles were formed to serve as 
a drill unit, and an honorary society. The group is made of 
active Freshmen and Sophomores, who drill weekly, and 
participate in various parades in the Clinton area; MS Ill's 
and IV's are inactive members. 



Officers : 

Joe Prickett, Commander 

Bill Canady, Executive Officer 

Creighton Likes, S-1 

Leon Bullard, 5-2 

Bill Shearer, S-3 

Art McQueen, S-4 

Roy Wright, Drill Sergeant 




Ninety-Seven 




RUIe 
Team 



Kneeling: Pamplin, Askew, Boone 
Standing: Knowlton, Grigsby, Bell. 



"NO, NO, NO, don't play 'Jingle Bells' 
every time." 




Practice much? 




Ninefy-Bight 




P Campus Commandoes. 
In the 'boonies' . . . 




Ninety-Nine 




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"And for those of you uho will be on active duty in six months . 
Drum and Bugle Corps in action. 




The end of a perfectly hectic week. 



Beauty and the Beast 




One Hundred 



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GREEKS 



Men thai can have communmi in noth- 
ing else can still rise into some glow of 
brotherhood over food and wine. 

Thomas Carlyle 

One Hundred One 





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Shearer 



THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUN- 
CIL is the governing body of Presby- 
terian's six national fraternities. In- 
cluded in its activities are regulation 
of rush season, open socials, school 
dances and social events. 



Officers : 

Bill Shearer, President, Kappa Alpha 

Robert Miller, Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha 

Robert Elrod, Secretary, Sigma Nu 

Mark Braswell, Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Phi 

Mitchell Dennis, Pi Kappa Phi 

Robert Banks, Theta Chi 



THE 



INTERFRATERNITY 

COUNCIL 



One Hundred Two 





Banks 



Braswell 





One Hundred Three 








ALPHA SIGMA PHI 




Colors: Cardinal Red and Stone Grey 
Flower: Talisman Rose 



President, Russell Strange 

Vice-President, Joe Prickett 

Secretary, Bill Branilett 

Treasurer, Tommy Tliompson 



Russell Strange, President 



Founded Yale University 1845 
. . . Alpha Psi of PC chartered 
1928 . . . Open Social begins so- 
cial season . . . Homecoming week 
end . . . display took second place 
. . . Smoker Club brought smoke- 
filled rooms ... 10 pledges ate at 
the annual pledge supper . . . 
Christmas dance . . . intramural 
football champs via playoff vic- 
tories . . . Second semester . . . 
Valentine Ball . . . Military Ball 
. . . Greek Week End . . . biggest 
social event of the year was our 
own Hawaiian Holiday . . . final 
exams and to the beach for food, 
fun, frolic, and . . . 



Miss Sandra Sneed, Sponsor 




One Hundred Four 



ASP BROTHERS: 



Baxter, A. P. Blackburn. J. E. Blount. C. W. 

Currie. T. W. Epps. R. C. Garrett, D. T. 




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Humphries. W. A. Johnson. E. T. Jones, R. Y. 

Orvin. S. C. B. Prickett. A. L. Prickett, W. L. 

Stanford,' J. B. Strange. R. L. Thompson. R. 0. 



Knox. H. H. Lipscomb. C. C. 

Rhodes, J. M. Salvo, G. A. 

Warlick, D. L. Waters. S. 0. 



Matson. R. F. Megathlin. W. L. 

Selple, R. L. Smith, D. P. 



Jordan, H. F. 
Smith, J. E. 



Canady bulls over for six. 



"Bringing in the Sheaves." 





One Hundred Five 



ASP PLEDGES: 

Bruce, J. L. Ellisor, C. E. Hall. W. W. Hanger. W. A. Jones. J. C. Jones. W. C. Kirby. M. E. Knoche. S. B. 

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Lyons, S. A. Marshall. G. A. McGinn. W. M. Piatt, L. A. Scott, W. B. Segars. C. T. Thompson. M. B. Veneklasen. D. S. 





Boy, do we kick it . , 




Did Canady's date do this? 



One Hundred Six 




The bird is served. 






Tom tries out for the dining hall squad. 




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Smoker Club strippers. 



One Hundred Seven 



KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 





Colors: Crimson and Old Gold 
Flowers : 3Iagnolia Blossom and Crimson Rose 



1\ umber I, Tommy Williams 

ISumber II, Creighton Likes 

ISumher III, Bill Neely 

Number VI, Bill Shearer 



Tommy Williams, President 



Founded 1865, Washington College, now Washington & 
Lee University . . . brought to Presbyterian as Beta Pi chapter 
in 1924 . . . spiritual leadership from Robert Edward Lee 
of Old Virginia . . . Social season highlighted by flagwaving 
and war whoops at football games . . . KAs led fraternities in 
spirit and support of the Hose . . . Homecoming saw the dis- 
play win first prize in the inter-fraternity competition . . . 
undefeated intramural football team through regular season 
. . . lost to the independents in the playoff . . . Smoker night 
highlighted by talk by former Knight Commander Frampton, 
alumnus of PC . . . Pledge day broiight 10 new men to the 
Stars and Bars . . . Christmas dance, a chance to let the new 
pledges see a party . . . exams . . . Wild West party celebrates 
returning brothers . . . second semester events Military Ball, 
Greek Week End, Pajama Party . . . KAs joined with chapters 
in South Carolina to secede from the Union at the annual Old 
South in Augusta . . . final exams . . . goodbye to seniors at 
stag supper . . . house party at OD . . . 



Miss Bonnie Burgess, Chapter Rose 




One Hundred Eight 



KA BROTHERS: 



Akers. W.. Ill 

Alford. J. R. 

Barnwell, C. B. 

Brown, P. W. 

Bullard. P. D. 

Carter, P. L. 



Cobb, I. W. 
Copley, C. T. 
Darby. J. T. 
Gregg, A. W. 
Hodges, D. P. 
Hodges, G. C. 



Hopkins, R. H 

Jordan. C. M 

King, F. C 

Likes, C. E 

Lowrance, M. A 

Meriwether, 0. A. 




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Morrison, J. H 

Neely. W. B 

Patrick. A. McL 

Shearer. W. B 

Sheffield. J. S. 



Smartt, J. R. 

Smith. M. W. 

Taylor. D. M. 

White, J. G. 

Wilkinson, J. R. 

Williams. T. E. 




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One Hundred Nine 





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KA PLEDGES; 



Batton, A. A. 
Carpenter. R. H. 
Deas, R. C. 
Dunlap. D. F. 
Edwards, T. C. 
Holcombe, F. E. 



Humphries, J. C. 
Jernigan, C. S. 
Johnson, B. W. 
Knowlton, D. H. 
Miller, W. G. 
Pamplin, E. B. 




*? Patterson, C. L. 

Sjoholm, J. R. 
Squires, R. V. 
Warnock, W. H. 
Weldon, H. W. 
Wright, R. A. 




One Hundred Ten 




'// yoiCre waiting on me, 
you, are backing up'' 



Uh, Uh, Neely, you sly fox 



"Things go better with Coca-Cola . , 



Rogue's Gallery. 





One Hundred Eleven 




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PI KAPPA ALPHA 




Colors : Garnet and -Old Gold 
Flower: Lily of the Valley 



President, Aymar Manning 

Vice-President, Bill Pittard 

Secretary, Ben Crabtree 

Treasurer, Mark Sullivan 



Avmar Manning, President 



Inspired by high ideals, love for brother- 
hood, sympathy, and friendship . . . Founded 
at University of Virginia in 1868 . . . Mu 
chapter of PC chartered in 1890 . . . first 
national frat on campus . . . ranked Number 
One in the national fraternity standings of 
PiKA chapters last year . . . of)en house once 
a week for rushees during first semester . . . 
Homecoming featured the Catalinas . . . 
Parents Day barbecue and tea for the faculty 
and parents . . . Christmas week end . . . 
Excels from Charlotte played . . . Maurice 
Williams and the Zodiacs entertained the 
returning alumni and new men . . . Second 
semester . . . dances at the Legion Hut . . . 
Military Ball . . . Pledge Party . . . Founder's 
Day banquet . . . won intramural basketball 
again . . . very successful and rewarding year 
. . . ended by exams and house party . . . 



Lou Ann Kendall, Sweetheart 





One Hundred Twelve 



PiKA BROTHERS: 



Brown. W. T. 

Burch, W. M. 

Cape, J. W. 



Fitzpatrick. J. R. 

Fowler, D. D. 
Galloway, W. R. 

Gaston, W. C. 
Grantham. G. L. 

Hagood, G. C. 

Harvey. R. L. 



Hearon, T. E. 
Jarrett, G. J. 
Jacobs. A. C. 
Karlsons. A. 
Kuhne. J. A. 
Lokey, G. A. 
Manning, H. A. 



McCranie. R. C. 
McNeill. D. T. 
Merritt. W. W. 
Miller. R. D. 
Morris. B. R. 
Olmert. J. P. 
Parker. G. W. 



Pickens. B. R. 

Pittard. W. F. 

Simpson. J. G. 

Singleton, T. T. 

Stewart, W. P. 

Todd, W. B. 

Tyson. W. E. 



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PiKA PLEDGES: 














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Blanchard, D. C. 
Ellington. E. L. 
Glover, J. N. 
Grant, 0. D. 
Harris, E. A. 
Johnson, J. H. 
Lawrence, B. M. 



Montgomery. D. L. 
Petty, W. A. 
Protinsky, H. 0. 



Warren, R. W. 




"Send him back, he came up the wrong stairs." 



"Ohee-dokee Deorge, what-cha doin?" 



What if we did win only one game? 






Wallet sized charter. 



One Hundred Fourteen 




One Hundred Fifteen 




PI KAPPA PHI 



Don Mucci, President 



College of Charleston began the first Pi 
Kappa Phi chapter in 1904 . . . Established 
the Beta chapter at Presbyterian College in 
1907 . . . Social events of first semester in- 
cluded open social, Homecoming, Parent's 
Day reception . . . big week end was pledge 
day through Christmas week end . . . exams 
came . . . second semester socials were held 
at "Pecks' ranch" . . . pledges did tremendous 
job redecorating the suite for I. F. C. parties 
and Military Ball . . . stag parties and house 
parties ended the year for the Pi Kapps . . . 
most remembered will be the annual Ship- 
wreck Ball . . . this ended a most successful 
year for the Beta chapter of Pi Kappa Phi . . . 




Colors: Gold and White 
Flower: Red Rose 



President, James Salvo 
Secretary, Bob Eason 
Treasurer, Don Mucci 



Miss Barbara Bedell, Rose Queen 




One Hundred Sixteen 



PIKAP BROTHERS: 



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Phew. 




He's next. 



Dennis, 0. M. 

Eason. R. A. 

Florence, A. S. 



Hemphill, J. R. 

Mayhugh. G. F. 

Mosley, R. D. 








Mucci, D. R. 
Patat, G. T. 
Salvo. J. V. 




, Fats . . . 





One Hundred Seventeen 




"O. K. put me down and I'll give you 
the drink." 




'JThat's the Queen of Spades called?" 




Dennis Mitchovich. 




Mucci muses. 



Watch her, she's tvaking up. 




One Hundred Eighteen 



PIKAP PLEDGES! 



Askew, J. C. 

Awtrey, R. W. 

Barnhardt, J. H. 

CoJIins, P. B. 

Dempsey, G. S. 

Guthrie, C. J. 

Hodgkin, R. G. 



Hollingsworth, E. C. 







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Hughes, C. G. 








Freshman gets his hair cut. 




There's something about an Aqua Velva man. 



Nice Mitch, right in the eye. 



"You dropped it, you clean it up." 





One Hundred Nineteen 




SIGMA NU 




Arthur McQueen, President 



Life of Love . . . Way of Honor . . . Light 
of Truth . . . Sigma Nu . . . this is their creed 
. . . Founded in 1868 at Virginia Military 
Institute . . . rich heritage in Southern tradi- 
tions . . . Zeta Theta chapter chartered at PC 
in 1951 . . . annual open social opened rush 
. . . parties in Spartanburg . . . Homecoming 
. . . Lake Greenwood . . . Closed Smoker . . . 
Pledge Day . . . Christmas Dance Week End 
honoring newly pledged men . . . returning 
brothers for second semester found an abun- 
dance of social events . . . Sadie Hawkins 
Dance . . . "Pointers and Setters" stirred up 
the town . . . L F. C. week end . . . Military 
Ball . . . most important was White Star . . . 
the formal affair that all will long remember 
. . . final exams . . . parting to go to the beach 
... to work . . . some to summer school . . . 
finis to a fine year . . . 



Jayne Culbertson, Sweetheart 



Colors: Black, Gold, and White 
Flower: White Rose 



President, Art McQueen 

Vice-President, Frank Cooper 

Secretary, Joe Upsal 

Treasurer, Sherrod Rhodes 




One Hundred Twenty 



SIGMA NU BROTHERS: 

Clowdls, J. E. Cobb, J. M. CoCroft, K. C. Collins, R. E. Conger, P. S. Cooper, F. E. Elrod, R. H. Hanks, C. A. 



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Johnston, S. M. Jones, C. P. McCall, A. C. McQueen, A. H. Rhodes, W. S. Sellars, E. W. Settle. J. 0. Settle, J. E. 

Stack, R. A. Taylor, G. A. Todd. A. T. Upsal, A. J. Watson, S. L. Welch, G. J. 



Formal Affair. 



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One Hundred Twenty-One 




'We like Birdland." 



"You're What?" 




"Boo" 




"He should have been here by now." 




Pledges . . . aahU! 








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SIGMA NU PLEDGES! 



Adam, G. S. 

Allen, D. E. 

Arnold, W. D. 

Bordner, D. S. 

Crim, E. R. 

Connelly, L. M. 

Crowley, W. V. 



Herlong, R. W. 

Lindsay, G. W. 

Markette, O. F. 

Richardson, H. R. 

Stevens, J. B. 

Wells, J. R. 




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The last of the 5-year men . . . and 4 summer schools. 



The New Snakes. 





"Hablo Espanol?" 



'Well shut my mouth." 




One Hundred Twenfy-Three 




THETA CHI 




Arthur DeYoung, President 



Founded at Norwich University in 1856 
by Freeman and Chase ... has grown from 
these two members to become the eighth 
largest fraternity in the nation . . . Beta Psi 
became one of the many in 1942 . . . Moses 
was featured at most of the social events of 
the first semester . . . open social . . . rush 
parties at the Fiesta in Rock Hill . . . pledge 
day followed Homecoming . . . new pledges 
were treated to steaks at Lake Greenwood . . . 
Christmas Dance . . . exams saw no one lost 
. . . second semester . . . refurnishing and 
redecorating the fraternity suite for Greek 
Week End and Military Ball ... the circle 
Xs traveled to Alabama for the annual Rebel 
Reunion in April . . . stag parties . . . studies 
, . . and house parties ended the year . . . 



Mrs. Jodie Anderson, Sponsor 



Colors: Military Red and White 
Flower: Red Carnation 



President, Arthur De Young 

Vice-President, Bill L«eble 

Secretary, Bill Anderson 

Treasurer, Bill Culp 




One Hundred Twenty-Four 



THETA CHI BROTHERS: 






Adams. W. H 

Anderson. W. E 

Banks, W. R, 

Bell. H. B 

Boozer, J. D 

Campbell. B. S 

Coleman, J. H 



Colerider, S. W, 

Cooper. R. W 

Covington. 0. C. 

Culp. W. M 

DeYoung. A. 1 

Greenwood, J. B 

Hendrix, J. F 



Hill, D. J 

Hudgins. A. P 

Kellam. W. G 

Lewis, R.-H 

Loeble, W. D 

Nelson. L. R 

Overstreet. E. H 



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"Patty-cake, patty-cake . . ." 




Acker counters with a lejt. 



Don't worry bout a thing. 




One Hundred Twenty-Five 




Moses wailing in the wilderness of the abandoned chapel. 



Mother? 






'•Oh, Brad 



'And then I called the witch doctor a 



"Just call me Ciaphus the pool-hall boy.' 



Chaperones? ? ? 





One Hundred Twenty-Six 



THETA CHI PLEDGES; 







Bell, J. A. Booker, H. L. Miller, A. B. Murchison, J. S. Summerlin, P. R. Wardlaw, H. G. Whitehurst, R. 




Pals??? 



'Where's the organ, Dave?" 





Go Dave Go. 



One Hundred Twenty-Seven 




"Another poor gate; why uon't the stuJents support me?' 



Some football players can play the piano, too. 




"Spirits were high.' 




"It sure looks good 
from the outside." 




One Hundred Twenfy-E'ight 




Growth, developmefit and posture, like health depe?ids to a. 
large extent o?i the freedom for the ifidividual to join in any 
plav, game, or sport; to exert himself accordingly to his powers, 
and to kfiow when he has had enough. Food, fun and frolic are 
of more itnportance than drill and discipline. 

H. A. Harris — 1939 



One Hundred Twenty-Nine 



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Coaching Staff: L-R, Ross, Vickers, Gault, Tiller, Mu^selman. 



Optimism for the cominfi; years pre- 
vailed as the Presbyterian College Blue 
Hose closed the 1963 football season. 
Convincing victories over Troy State 
and Newberry at the season's end left 
no doubt that football fortunes are on 
the upswing. 

The Hose, playing probably the 
toughest small college schedule in the 
South, finished with a 3-6-1 record. 
East Carolina, Furman, the Citadel, 
Tampa, Lenoir Rhyne and Wofford 
each dealt the Hose defeats. Frederick, 
Troy State and Newberry were victims 
of the Hose; Davidson stopped several 
Hose drives deep in their own territory 
to manage a 14-14 tie. 

Co-Captains "Frog" Fitzpatrick and 
"Bimbo" King along with senior line- 



One Hundred Thirty 





Lowrance, guard 



men Buffalo Richardson and Pat Sud- 
deth led an aggressive tough rushing 
defense. Senior kicking-specialist Louis 
Ridinger seldom missed the PAT at- 
tempts and averaged nearly 40 yards 
per punt. Bill Tyson, senior quarter- 
back, was outstanding on both offense 
and defense. 

Tribute must be paid to Head Coach 
Cally Gault and his assistants. Tiller, 
Vickers, Musselman and Ross, for the 
outstanding job they did. Coach Gault 
in his first year as head coach at his 
alma mater instilled a new pride and 
confidence in the team. These are 
among the ingredients for a winner. 
Coach Gault is looking to next year 
with the hopes of finding the long 
awaited winner. 



Head Coach Gault with Co-Captains Fitzpatnck (L)and King. 



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Suddeth, guard 




King, tackle 



Lawson, end 




One Hundred Thirty-One 




Bankhead, end 



Jump ball . . . 



McCranie breaks through a gaping hole into the open. 




Welch, end 



One Hundred Thirty-Two 




Elliott, fullback 
One Hundred Thirty-Three 



FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: 

L-R: Merritt, Yarborough, Parker, Harvey, Olmert. 




Ridinger boots one from 45 yards out. 



One Hundred Thirty-Four 



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Fullback looks for da) light. 



Edwards, tackle 




Come on Ref, give me a block. 




Grantham, quarterback 




Nix, quarterback 



Stewart, halfback 




One Hundred Thirty-Five 



Somebody help Hagood. 




One Hundred Thirty-Six 



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Coach Art Musselman 




Characterized by a trademark of 
running, running, and running, the 
1963-64 Basketeers overcame the lack 
of experience which had threatened to 
plague them all season. New coach, Art 
Musselman, faced a map-power shortage, 
made even worse later in the season by 
injuries to key players. However, his 
enthusiasm was infectious and the team 
caught fire in mid-season. After losing 
seven of the first eight games, the Hose 
found themselves and went on to a 
7 win - 13 loss season. The season had 
its high point when the Hose twice 
broke the century mark, scoring 102 
points in a home victory against Geor- 
gia State on Friday night, and then 
scoring 102 points to defeat Pembroke 
on Saturday night. Senior Captain 
Andy Karlsons closed out his four-year 



career with a total of 1260 points for 
a 14.9 pts. per game average over the 
four years. Karlsons' running mate, a 
guard, was a quick sure-shot, sopho- 
more, Gordon Adam, who averaged 
over 13 points per game for the season. 
Teamed with the high scorers were 
Doug Allen and Jimmy Bankhead at 
forward, and Danny Charles at Center. 
Charles was the team leader in field 
goal accuracy and in free throw ac- 
curacy. Things look bright for next 
year with eight returning lettermen; 
aside from those already mentioned, 
with the exception of Karlsons, Coach 
Musselman will have John Etchison, 
sixth man, Bill Tallent, Jimmy Woofen 
and Billy Petty back to form the back- 
bone of a squad reinforced by his re- 
cruiting program. 



One Hundred Thirty-Seven 




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One Hundred Thirty-Eight 



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BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: 

L-R: Jeanes, Harvey, Yarborough. 




Bankhead, forward 



Charles, center 



One Hundred Thirty-Nine 




Let us at' em. Coach. 







Brown, center 

Bankhead pushes the Hose over the 100 mark 



Adam drives for the basket. 




GEORGIA STATfl 



Wooten, forward 




One Hundred Forty 




L-R: Kneeling, Braswell, Hudgins, Gillespie. Standing, Letzring, Harris, Collins, Tyson, Frederick. 




TENNIS 



Coach Gordon Warden 



Co-Captains Tyson and Frederick with 
Coach Warden. 




Facing the usual difficult schedule 
including many of the nation's tennis 
powers, Coach Gordon Warden also 
faces the task of replacing the lost 
number one; returning lettemien Har- 
ris, Letzring, Tyson and Frederick are 
joined by newcomers Pete Collins and 
Bill Gillespie. Senior Co-Captains Ty- 
son and Frederick hope to lead this 
year's team to the state tournament here 
in Clinton and return the state tennis 
crown to Presbyterian. Warm - up 
matches with Miami, Duke, Harvard 
and others will prepare the team for the 
duel with Clemson and the Citadel for 
the title. 



One Hundred Forty-One 




Number Two doubles team 
One Hundred Forty-Two 







Harris charges the net. 



Tyson smashes from beyond the base line. 




One Hundred Forty-Three 



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Tyson, Number 3. 




Oh Lio), luuLit ihul spu. 



Letzring, Number 4. 



One Hundred Forfy-Four 




Lett prepares to slam one. 




136, 137, 138 . . . see / can bounce it more times 

than you can . . . 




Collins, Number 5. 



Gillespie, Number 6. 



One Hundred Forty-Five 



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Knrclin,^: L-H. Cnrlr:.. Jolvnon. Dunlap. l/r.V,.,//. Sh'nurt. Cash. I.nrrlt. WUImms. 
Standing: L-R, Elliott, Smith, Etchison, Cape, Grantham, Lokey, Martin, Nix, Holcombe. 



BASEBALL 



The 1964 baseball outlook is bright 
due to the returning lettermen from last 
years' Little Four Champion team. Un- 
der Coach Billy Tiller, the baseball 
fortunes of Presbyterian College have 
been greatly improved in the last two 
years, and all things point to another 
winning year. 







Ace lefthander uith Coach Billy Tiller. 




One Hundred Forty-Six 




The pitching slajj: L-R. Cubh. CorUy, Enhi.wn. Cajn-, Granlliuni. Lukty (batting inuLti, e). 





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77,,- inlu-hUrs: LK. Smith, l.ol.r,. It illuim.-.. .\u, ll„lr,w,l,r, Jnhnsnn. 




One Hundred Forty-Eight 



The outfielders: L-R, Kneeling, 
Dunlap. Lovett, Cash. Standing, 
Martin, Grantham, McNeill. 





Lovett saves the game. 



One Hundred Forty-Nine 




L-R: Preston, Hanks, Lawrence, It'esta/I. Broun, Kellam, Smith. 



GOLF 



With the loss of Ken Acker, the Golf 
team faces the task of replacing its 
number one for the second straight 
year. Coach Gordon Warden looks to 
returning lettermen Bill Kellam, Moose 
Brown, Bunky Hanks, Jack Westall and 
Mike Smith, to form the nucleus of his 
team. These golfers are joined by Larry 
Preston and Bruce Lawrence, both of 
whom are capable golfers, and the out- 
look for the season is optimistic. 



Coach Gordon W'lirde 




One Hundred Fifty 




'''estall and Preston watch Kellam putt for 
his eagle on 18. 



Lawrence has the honors on the 10th tee; 
Hanks awaits his turn. 




One Hundred Fiffy-One 




Moose and the pallery watch as the Dealer 
attempts this putt for his double bogey seven. 



Neilt Lindsay, who was not on the links when 
other photos were taken. 




One Hundred Fifty-Two 



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Kneeling: L-R, MUligan, Glover, McWaters, Grant, Seiple, Todd, Auitrey. Standing: L-R, Allen, 
Lyons, Lawson, Johnson, Gossett, Loivrance, Scott. 



Loivrance prepares to hurl the javelin. 




TRACK 



Despite a shortage of returning let- 
termen. Coach Jimmy Vickers' track 
team should do well this year. Sprinter 
Hagood and hurdler Galloway were lost 
with pre-season injuries, but the cinder- 
men are still strong in several field and 
running events and should prove tough 
in the meets ahead. 



One Hundred Fifty-Three 




Lyons over the hurdles. 



Mile relay learn. 




One Hundred Fifty-Four 




But Coach, we can't run 
in the rain . . . 



That's what you think!!! k 




One Hundred Fifty-Five 




Don Warlick, Chairman of the Intramural Council. 



INTRAMURALS 



The intramural sports program of 
Presbyterian College has to rank among 
the best in any college in the South 
regardless of size. The administration 
realizes the importance of such a pro- 
gram, and little expense is spared to 
provide the best possible program for 
the students. It has been estimated that 
over 80 per cent of the student body 
participates in at least one intramural 
sport sometime during the year, and 
many participate in many more than 
one sport. The program is set up under 
the auspices of the SCA. under the di- 
rection of Coach Gordon Warden, and 
the able leadership of student chairman 
Don Warlick. Sports of the year were: 
FOOTBALL — won by the Alpha Sigma 

Phi Fraternity in a play-off. 
BASKETBALL— won by the Pi Kappa 

Alphas. 
POOI^Pounders. 
TRACK 
SOFTBALL 
BRIDGE 
SWIMMING 
BADMINTON 
GOLF 
TENNIS 
VOLLEYBALL 
HORSESHOES 
PING PONG or TABLE TENNIS 



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Marine Ollicer Candidates 

PLATOON LEADERS CLASS PROGRAM 



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One Hundred Fifty-Seven 




Belk Cdtticunib^ . . . home of required L'/ifl/x'/.s 




Sociology department . . . Euro-American style. 



Continuing on hopefully, broadly speaking. ., 



One Hundred Fifty-Eight 



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"Er, that's the right box, but the wrong vote." 

Bailey . . . house mother. Dirty Al Crow 



Hardee throws the bomb. 




''Egg-Head" loses the annual 
Blue Key egg roll. 



One Hundred Fifty-Nine 




Here comes Freddy. 



"But, fellas; giving out bids to anyone 
who comes in to watch T. V.?" 




"Waltzing Williams' 



One Hundred Sixty 




IN MEMORIAM 



PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY 

Bora May 29, 1917 . . . Died November 22, 1963 



One Hundred Sixty-One 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to the Graduating Class of 1964 



M. S. BAILEY & SON 
BANKERS 



Established 1886 



Capital and Surplus $1,000,000.00 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



One Hundred Sixty-Two 



Compliments of 

Clinton Cafe 

"Where The Elite Meet To Eat" 

A True Friend of the College 

CLINTON, S. C. 



Baldwin Motor Co. 

Your FORD & MERCURY Dealer 
Sales Service Ph. 833-1050 

Baldwin Appliance 
Company 

Your FRIGIDAIRE Refrigerators, Stoves 
Air Conditioners Phone 833-1313 



Quality Work 



Quick Service 



SUNSHINE 
CLEANERS 

SHIRT SPECIALISTS 

SUNSHINE 

Self - Service 

Laundry 

Shoe Repair Shop 



Phone 833-1492 
Clinton, South Carolina 



D. E. TRIBBLE COMPANY 



Serving Clinton with quality 
building materials since 1894 



Phone 833-2134 



Clinton, S. C. 



One Hundred Sixty-Three 



YOUNG'S 
PHARMACY 



"The Old Reliable' 



PRESCRIPTIONS 



DRUGS 



FOUNTAIN 



Clinton, South Carolina 



Out of the i>ast, the present . . . 

out of the earth, the gold, the 

diamonds, the pearls . . . out of 
the arts and crafts of antiquity, 
evolves the opulence of today. 




103 E. Pitts Street 



Clinton, S. C. 



Comp/Zments of 

JOHNSON BROTHERS 
Super Market 

Country Sausage Our Specialty 
Clinton, S. C. 



Compliments of 

BEACON DRIVE-IN 

GOOD 
SANDWICHES & SHORT ORDERS 

Fountain Service 

Highway 72 Clinton, S. C. 

JOHN J. MABRY 



COLLEGE VIEW 
ESSO STATION 

GAS -:- OIL -:- TIRES -:- TUBES 

811 S. Broad Phone 833-0620 

CLINTON, S. C. 



JOHNSON'S 
Men's Shop 

"Where price and quality meet" 

PHONE 833-2198 
Clinton, South Carolina 



One Hundred Sixty-Four 



YARB0R0U6H STUDIO 
& CAMERA SHOP 



107 E. Pitts Street 



CLINTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 



Pac Sac Photographer 



One Hundred Sixty-Five 



Citizens Federal Savings 




and Loan Association 


+ 


Your Savings 


McGEE'S 


and 


DRUG STORE 


Home Financing Center 






CLINTON, S. C. 


220 West Main Street 




Clinton, South Caroline 


+ 


WELCOME 




P.C. Faculty 
and 


Thank you for remembering 


Student Body 




Pitts Men's Shop 




finest qualify merchandise 
Clinton, S. C. 


VERNON'S RESTAURANT 


Young's Gulf Station 


HWY. 72 SOUTH 


24 HOUR SERVICE 


Home of Pleasant Eating 




Phone 833-2300 


Carroll & Charles Young 




North Broad St. 





One Hundred Sixty-Six 




These are the three production processes necessary for iis to produce 
top quality print cloth for America ... As in good haskets and strong wehs 
. . . quality cloth can only he produced hy skillful attention to funda- 
mentals . . . 

To continue into the future we need anihilious young people to help 
us. We are always glad to discuss opportunities in the textile industry 
with those genuinely interested. 



CLINTON-LYDIA MILLS 



CLINTON 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



One Hundred Sixty-Seven 



Compliments of 


it's 




McBride's 


HOWARD'S 


for all 




of your 


PHARMACY 


school 




and office 


The REXALL Drug Store 


needs 




113 N. BROAD ST. PHONE 833-2828 


"On The Square" 


Free Delivery 


Compliments 


THE 


of 

C-W-S Guano Co., Inc. 


TORRINGTON 
COMPANY 


Clinton, S. C. 




ADAIR'S 


Compliments 


MEN'S SHOP 


of 


FASHION HEADQUARTERS 

FOR 

YOUNG MEN'S FURNISHINGS 


C. W. Anderson Hosiery 


Phone 833-0138 




Clinton, South Carolina 


Clinton, S. C. 



One Hundred Sixty-Eight 



TO \VORK FOR 

CONE... 

YOU'VE 
GOT TO BE 

SHARPI 




A company is only as good as the people who work for it. Cone Mills 
through its people has achieved an enviable position as a major producer 
of high quality textiles. To maintain this position Cone needs sharp 
young people with initiative and intelligence. Cone offers opportunities 
in four areas . . . production, administration, sales and research,^ 
Interested in joining this progressive organization? Write Industrial 
Relations Department, Cone Mills Corporation, Greensboro, N. C. 

CONE MILLS CORPORATION 

"Where fabrics of tomorrow are woven, today." 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES 

Greensboro, N. C. 



FINISHING PLANTS 

Carlisle & Greenville, S. C. 
Greensboro & Haw River, N. C. 



MANUFACTURING PLANTS— Avondale, Cliffside, Greensboro, Forest City, 
Salisbury, Pineville, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in 
North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. 




One Hundred Sixty-Nine 



Gala 
Motor Inn 

• pool 

• air conditioning 

• radio, fv, phone 

• 31 rooms 



407 N. BROAD St. 



PHONE 833-1630 



LYNN COOPER, INC. 



Oldsmobile — Rambler — Dodge 



CLINTON, S. C. 



Compliments of 



Community Cash 



Clinton's Finest Food Store 



Shealy's Florist 


Compliments of 

CENTER 


"Flowers Especially For You" 


SERVICE STATION 


JACOBS HIGHWAY 


TEXACO PRODUCTS 


Clinton, South Carolina 


Buddy Oakley Bobby Sanders 


— We Wire Flowers — 


Phone 833-1598 
Clinton, South Carolina 


CHRONICLE 


Greenwood Coca Cola Bottling Co. 


PUBLISHING 


Greenwood, S. C. 


COMPANY 


jm^i 


Publishers Printers Stationers 


^p^M 


PHONE 833-0541 


^HrM 


Clinton, South Carolina 





One Hundred Seventy 



"PET.,.youliet!" 




COMPANY 

DAIRY DIVISION 



Compliments of 






Compliments of 


INDUSTRIAL 


WHITEFORD'S DRIVE-IN 


SUPPLY COMPANY 


CURB SERVICE FINE FOOD 


Everything in Textile Supplies 


801 S. Broad Street Clinton, S. C. 


CLINTON, S. C. 




TRULUCK 


J. C. THOMAS 


PRINTING CO. 


JEWELER 

"It's Time That Counts" 


A Complete Commercial Printing Service 


DIAMONDS - WATCHES - SILVER 


PHONE 833-1751 


CHINA & CRYSTAL 


Clinton, South Carolina 


Phone 833-1800 Phone 697-5121 




Clinton, S. C. Joanna, S. C. 



One Hundred Seventy-One 



BANK 



OF 
CLINTON 




R. P. Homer President 

T. E. Addison Vice President 

H. Y. MeSween._.__ Cashier 

Leomon Jones Assistant Cashier 



Make Our Bank Your Bank 



One Hundred Seventy-Two 



Compliments of 



BROADWAY 
THEATRE 



Which Has Served P.C.'uns With The Best In 
Entertainment For More Than 25 Years 



HOTEL 
MARY MUSGROVE 

Banquets -;- Parties -.- Catering 
Our Hotel is Still Nice 



Phone 833-1621 



Clinton, S. C. 



Compliments of 

Mortimers Inn 

CLARK MORTON 

and 

BILL COOPER 

PROPS 

SANDWICHES MILK SHAKES 

SHORT ORDERS 



H. D. PAYNE & COMPANY 

Distributors of Texaco Petroleum Products 
Clinton, South Carolina 
GE FIRESTONE 

Sales and Service Tires and Tubes 




Complete Family Outfitters 



Compliments of 

Geo. A. Copeland 
anci Son 

Sporting Goods and Hardware 
CLINTON, S. C. 

One Hundred Seventy-Three 



now it^ Pepsi 

for those who think young 




One Hundred Seventy-Four 








The color of your school life — 
labs, studies, sports, research, fun, 
classes, graduation — is all recorded here 
for you to remember and hold for a lifetime 
in the form of a book — your yearbook! Yes, 

it's all here, recorded permanently for you and 
for future generations to review anytime — recorded 
skilfully and beautifully by the craftsmen 
at Jacobs Brothers and your editorial 
staff. This is your life . . . 
it's all here! 




JACOBS BROTHERS 

PRINTING AND PHOTOENGRAVING 

CLINTON, SOUTH CAROLINA 




One Hundred Seventy-Five 




The Exodus. 



One Hundred Seventy-Six 



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